Our tests are to check every single component of the software and guarantee impeccable quality.
During the functional testing, we verify that each function of the software application operates according to the corresponding functional requirements. In other words, we test the business logic to make sure that the products works as it is supposed to.
The goal of non-functional testing is to check such non-functional aspects as reliability, usability, performance, and so on. As an example of non-functional testing imaging checking how many people can at the same time login in a software.
Unit and Integration Testing
Unit testing involves testing of small code units that represent individual functions. The purpose is to validate that every single unit of the software performs as designed.
During the integrated testing, we test the individual units that are combined and tested as a group. As a result, we can see how various components of the software interact with each other.
Smoke testing is a kind of testing that allows verifying the stability of the most important features of the software. The result of this testing is used to decide whether a build is stable enough to proceed with further testing.
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