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Agile in Software Testing
Agile testing - is a software testing based on Agile development principles. Today, it is crucial to develop and release new functions while ensuring the high quality of the product. As a result, every day, more and more companies have switched to the Agile development methodology, which focuses on fast implementation and constant verification of the reliability and stability of the software. However using agile methodology without much experience will not lead to good results, so when choosing an Agile testing company, you should rely on the skills gained from the experience of QA engineers. At DeviQA, we have been working with our clients as a testing service company, using the standard waterfall methodology and the agile methodology for a long time.
Agile Testing Methodology Benefits
Improving product quality and project visibility
Improving coordination between teams
Reduced development cost
Empowering to manage changing priorities
Agile Testing Principles
Continuous testing - To ensure ongoing product progress
Continuous feedback - Necessary for the product to meet the needs of the business, besides this it allows to reduce the response time of the feedback
The whole team participates in testing - Allows you to find more bugs and vulnerabilities because all team from developers to business analysts are involved in product testing.
Simplified & clean code - All found defects are fixed in the same iteration. This principle allows you to keep the clean and simple code
Less documentation - The team focuses on the checklist that needs to be tested, and not on incidental details that can be detected
Test Driven - Testing is carried out during implementation, not after, like in the traditional process
Agile Testing Methodologies
Based on agile testing methodologies, we offer a comprehensive list of agile testing services.
Test-Driven Development (TDD)
Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD)
Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)
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Web Testing Tools
Mobile Testing Tools
Functional Testing Tools
Performance Testing Tools
What are the agile testing levels?
In Agile projects, testing levels are defined in done documents that are logically related to each other for maximum coverage, therefore testing in agile methodology is not a separate phase of the project development and all testing levels intersect with each other
What are the advantages of Agile Testing?
Saves time and money
Reduces the amount of documentation
Easy to adapt to changes
Getting regular feedback from end users
Resolving issues with the daily meeting
How QA works in agile?
While working in agile, qa engineer works with the development team, owner and other members of the project team in order to make the project as fast as possible, not only testing the software and finding defects
Do we need test cases in agile?
Of course, in agile testing we need test cases that are based on test scenarios.