Exploratory testing is a testing approach that includes simultaneously learning from/about the system, documenting the steps, executing the test, and reflecting on the results. Since exploratory testi
Exploratory testing is a dynamic and creative approach to software testing that emphasizes your freedom and responsibility to adapt to changing testing conditions. However, without a clear direction o
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Exploratory testing is a software testing strategy that depends on the inventiveness of the tester. This testing method is flexible, creative, and simple and requires little documentation or training.
Exploratory testing is a successful method for locating undiscovered defects in software. However, many companies request that testers use scripted test cases based on predetermined product requiremen
The purpose of exploratory testing is to learn how a particular area of your testing is working while using your skills as a tester to offer insightful input to your team. Through exploratory testing,
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Exploratory testing helps you cover more untested code, discover new testing scenarios, and find hard-to-catch bugs that might go unnoticed when you initially drafted your test cases.
Although test automation is the biggest trend in software testing right now, only focusing your strategy on automation isn’t going to guarantee you a fool-proof QA process.