How to Stop Testing

Software Testing From a Tester’s Point of View

When Enough is Enough

  • Checklist that covers the functionality of the application
  • Checking if the inputs of the app must comply with the web applications standards
  • Checking the availability of controls
  • Checking if the app completely matches design mock-ups
  • Validation of actual functionality of controls after giving input to certain fields in the application
outsource software testing

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