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Introduction of Web App Testing
Website App testing can also be stated as Website Testing/Web Testing.
In simple, web app testing is a process performed to check a website/web-application for all possible errors and bugs before it is launched to the market or given to end its users. It is a technique of software testing to test all the
Web application testing is done to discover all the errors and problems which may cast a negative impact on the web application.
All the web applications are required to be tested completely before they are provided to its end-user.
How To Test Web Applications?
To perform website or web application testing efficiently, we do these following types of testing or use some techniques according to the testing requirements.
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Poor documentation could disturb the quality of your application. Good application documentation plays a key role in its end product. Hence, documentation testing has a significant role in the field of Software Testing. Testing of the documented artifact that is developed former during & after that testing of an application is referred to as the documentation testing.
Some frequently utilized artifacts are as below:
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Usability Testing is performed to reassure whether the app is user-friendly and easily used by its end-user or not. The main attention in this process is checking either the user could operate and understand that application comfortably or not.
Website navigation Testing:
Navigation testing comprises of the following:
Content testing specifications are as follows:
Functional testing is the testing of how the system is operating. To confirm that every function of that Website or web application acts as defined according to the requirements document.
Functionality testing contains these tasks as below:
The process of Interface testing is performed to check the interface between the website server and the app server, as well as to make sure that either app server & database server both have properly interacted or not.
This type of Web Application Testing is to check either that app is compatible and well-suited with various browsers and different devices.
In Web Applications, the process of performance testing determines the stability and speed characteristics of that website or web application under testing.
This type of testing is done to determine either the Web application shields all the data & maintain its functionality as required or not.
Security testing involves vulnerabilities like:
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Some types of stability testing are discussed below:
1) Load Testing:
Load Testing is performed to confirm that a web application could handle an expected number of contacts and to ensure the website app behavior in both the peak and normal loads.
2) Volume Testing:
3) Stress Testing:
To verify the system’s behavior when the load escalates more than the expectations of the design of web application.
4) Spike Testing:
It is performed to define the system’s behavior under expansion in load suddenly on that Website application. (A large number of users)
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