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Manual Testing

Manual Testing is a sort of Software Testing where Testers physically execute experiments without utilizing any computerization apparatuses. Manual Testing is the most crude of all testing sorts and helps discover bugs in the product framework.

Any new application must be physically tried before its testing can be robotized. Manual Testing requires more exertion yet is important to check robotization practicality.

The objective of Manual Testing

  • The key idea of manual testing is to guarantee that the application is sans mistake and it is working in conformance to the predetermined useful necessities.
  • Test Suites or cases, are structured during the testing stage and ought to have 100% test inclusion.
  • It additionally ensures that announced imperfections are fixed by designers and re-testing has been performed by analyzers on the fixed deformities.
  • Essentially, this testing checks the nature of the framework and conveys a sans bug item to the client.
  • Black Box Testing
  • White Box Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • System Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Acceptance Testing
  • How to perform Manual Testing
    Read and understand the software project documentation/guides. Also, study the Application Under Test (AUT) if available.
  • Draft Test cases that cover all the requirements mentioned in the documentation.
  • Review and baseline the test cases with Team Lead, Client (as applicable)
  • Execute the test cases on the AUT
  • Report bugs.
  • Once bugs are fixed, again execute the failing test cases to verify they pass.