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testing as a lifestyle

What is Test Environment and Why Should It Be Planned Within the Software Lifecycle?

Test environment is a server environment where software is checked in terms of functionality and controlled that the business needs are met in terms of performance, as well as other various needs by the team developing the software before the software meets the end user. These changes may vary depending on the content and needs of the project and/or the methodology followed in the project. Recently, especially after the increase in the popularity of test automation in the market, it has become a common problem for companies. The main source of the reason for this problem that comes along with [...]

Shift-Left Testing and Continuous Testing

It’s all about the basic test principle; testing early. I can easily mention that implementing agile practices without the shift left approach may lead your software to lack quality or have a delay in its delivery. The shift-left testing emphasizes the “ Testing Early” principle of testing. People who are familiar with software testing principles should be well aware of the seven testing principles. However, Continuous Testing is the process of executing tests as a part of the delivery (DevOps) pipeline in order to get faster feedback on the potential software bugs related to a release as soon as possible. [...]

Being Customer-Centric for Succesful Mobile Testing

There happen to be many types of software in our lives. We use some of them as a necessity, some of them for fun, and even some of them we use unwillingly. If this software belongs to the mobile environment; we continue to use only the applications which aim productivity. If this application - even if it is Facebook - is pushing us and the waiting period exceeds our limits of tolerance, we leave it instantly. To put it simply, when the application is clicked to be used, the rate of abandonment is found to be 90% if the opening [...]