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Desktop Testing: Build Your Testing Strategy

What’s Desktop Testing? Desktop testing is a comprehensive evaluation of desktop applications to ensure they meet the desired standards for functionality, usability, performance, compatibility, and security. These applications run on a desktop computer or laptop and are installed locally, rather than being accessed through a web browser or as a mobile app. Due to the …

Test Scenarios vs. Test Cases: Know The Difference

What is a test case? The test case provides detailed information about the strategy, process, pre-condition, and expected result. ...

How to Build Selenium Tests

Introduction Selenium is one of the most used tools in the testing community when it comes to cross-browser testing. It provides ...

How to Get The Best ROI in Test Automation

If you’ve requested any kind of tool or service to help your team out in the past, you’ve probably been asked to justify why ...

Integration Testing vs End-to-End Testing

Integration and end-to-end testing are distinct methods QA teams use during various application development stages. Unit testing ...

The Easiest Way to Automate Acceptance Testing

Acceptance Testing Automation Acceptance testing is a critical step in the software development process that verifies if a system ...
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