Tester talks: Exploratory testing – when is it important?

Karolina Tomaszyk on 28 September 2017

Exploratory testing, also known as ad-hoc testing, allows the tester to simultaneously learn the application and verify its correct functioning. This type of tests is the opposite of scenario tests. It is worth using this test method if the project lacks complete information about the app, such as a detailed specification. I personally don’t know a tester who doesn’t use this method, even if unconsciously.

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How to write application test scenarios?

Karolina Tomaszyk on 6 September 2017

Test scenarios enable you to verify the correctness of the tested software and check whether the business processes assumed in the project specification have been implemented correctly. In other words, it is a series of actions that allow the test to be carried out. The essence of creating test scenarios is focusing on the most important application areas from the end-user’s point of view.

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