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Dmitry Tishchenko

Keyword-driven testing methodology. Part 3

With the KDT approach, it should first be confirmed that the test plan consists of actions suitable to KDT. Typically, such tests appear when the program under test provides the user with a common interface operating objects containing different structure or logic.

Keyword-driven testing methodology. Part 2

Let’s consider a very simple example to get a better idea of how KDT works. Imagine you have to test an application that adds two numbers. For the step of “defining business requirements and testing plan development,” you must determine what numbers can be put in and what interface elements might be used. Let it be positive integers. The app’s GUI has two text fields, a button and an inscription to show the result.

Keyword-driven testing methodology. Part 1

Automation testing is a topic that is under constant discussion and improvement. The IT industry often tries to find more and more ways to make automation more effective and applicable, though more efforts should be made to fit the QA process; this is where keyword-driven testing (KDT) excels.

A marriage made in heaven

An expert in Software Quality Assurance at software testing specialist a1qa, Dmitry Tishchenko discusses a comprehensive decision making process to use when selecting a third party service provider.

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