Manual testing is the process of manually testing software for defects. It requires a tester to play the role of an end user, and use most of all features of the application to ensure correct behavior by using a wide range of normal and erroneuous input data. Functional testing can be manual or automated depending upon the type of tests to be run. Both white box and black box testing can be performed.
The functional testing covers various tests like
Installation testing, regression testing, accessibility testing
Upgrade and backward compatibility testing
Internationalization and local testing
API testing and testing of user interface
Database management, security, and networking.
User commands, searches, user screens, integrations and data manipulation.
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Testing whether one program plays well with others has become increasingly important as cosumers demand the ability to share data among programs of different types and from different vendors and take advantage of the ability to run multiple programs at once
.Software compatibility testing means checking that your software interacts with and shares information correctly with other software. This interaction could occur between two programs simultaneously running on the same computer or even on different computers connected through the Internet thousands of miles apart.
Browser compatibility testing is usually done to test the end user experience. This tests the web applications across different web browsers, to ensure that the application respond exactly as expected across various browsers. This also ensures that the user's visual experience remains the same irrespective of which web browser he uses.
OS and hardware compatibility testing are done to ensure that the application functions as expected across different OS (or different version) and with various hardware components.
Component and Unit Testing are often used interchangeably and are important stages in delivering a robust product as it detects defects early in SDLC and saving a considerable amount of time and cost.
It is a verification of functionality of specific modules when certain stimulus is applied to the component's interface. A component could be an object, a collection of objects, or even a software module in cases of procedural systems. Verification is done by either validating state changes in response to those stimuli or validating effects elsewhere in a system.