Functional Testing with Testinium

API & GUI Functional Testing helps developers to learn what your users see. Use Testinium intuitive UI to create API Functional Tests or use your existing open-source Selenium scripts for API & GUI Functional Testing as a strong part of your CI/CD pipeline and run.

Also you can use your existing open-source JMeter scripts and run load test easily with Loadium for for full visibility into your front-end user experience.

Testinium gives all in one service to check your front-end for functional correctness, under load in the cloud and on premise, and scale up to 2 million virtual users.

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    Functional Testing with Testinium

    Testinium provides the essential functional testing techniques your product requires and hundreds of tailored solutions to make sure it is ready for the next step.

    What is Functional Testing

    Functional testing is a type of software testing that validates the software system against the functional requirements/specifications. 

    The purpose of Functional tests is to test each function of the software application, by providing appropriate input, verifying the output against the functional requirements.

    Functional testing mainly involves black box testing and it is not concerned about the source code of the application. Functional testing checks: 

    The Prime Objective of Functional Testing is Checking the Functionalities

    Mainline Functions

    Testing the main functions of an application.

    Accessibility

    Checks the accessibility of the system for the user.

    Basic Usability

    It involves basic usability testing of the system. It checks whether a user can freely navigate through the screens without any difficulties.

    Error Conditions

    Usage of testing techniques to check for error conditions.  It checks whether suitable error messages are displayed.

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    Step by Step Process of Functional Testing

    Upload and configure your scripts with Loadium that is fully compatible with open source tools, JMeter, Selenium, Gatling and more. You can track response times with percentiles threads, throughput, error and logs – all in real time.

    Functional testing process

    Entry Criteria

    Functional Testing Flow

    Exit Criteria

    Why Automate Functional Tests?

    Functional testing is the equivalent in that you’re checking every function of the application works as required before the product is released to the public. Uncovering bugs in testing is preferable before the product goes wide scale. Debugging is more manageable in a contained space after all. 

     

    Test automation lets software teams design, write, execute, and review tests for predefined actions. Common actions that do not change frequently can be automated, but (as we’ve seen from the testing pyramid) most experts recommend automating lower level tests in preference to actions taken through the user interface.

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