What is Manual Testing?
Manual testing is a testing process that is carried out manually in order to find defects without the usage of tools or automation scripting.
A test plan document is prepared that acts as a guide to the testing process in order to have the complete test coverage.
Following are the testing techniques that are performed manually during the test life cycle:
- Acceptance Testing
- White Box Testing
- Black Box Testing
- Unit Testing
- System Testing
- Integration Testing
Why is Manual Testing?
1.To discover defects.
2.To avoid user detecting problems
3.To prove that the software has no fault.
4.To learn about the reliability of the software.
5.To avoid being sued by customer.
6.To ensure that product works as user expected.
7.To stay in business
8.To detect defects early, which helps in reducing the cost of defect fixing?
Manual Testing Course Syllabus
- Introduction to testing
- Verification vs validation
- Types of Applications
- Probabilities of getting an error in an application
- SDLC – Software Development Life Cycle