Software Testing Methodologies Definitions

  • B

    behavior-driven development (BDD)

    Behavior-driven development (BDD) is a software development methodology in which an application is specified and designed by describing how its behavior should appear to an outside observer.

  • black box (black box testing)

    Black box testing assesses a system solely from the outside, without the operator or tester knowing what is happening within the system to generate responses to test actions.

  • C

    context-driven testing

    Context-driven testing is a paradigm for developing and debugging computer software that takes into account the ways in which the programs will be used or are expected to be used in the real world... (Continued)

  • E

    end-to-end testing

    End-to-end testing is a methodology that assesses the working order of a complex product in a start-to-finish process.

  • L

    load testing

    Load testing is the process of subjecting a computer, peripheral, server, network or application to a work level approaching the limits of its specifications... (Continued)

  • S

    software development life cycle (SDLC)

    The software development life cycle (SDLC) is a conceptual model, used in project management, to describe the stages and tasks involved in each step of a project to write and deploy software.

  • static verification

    Static verification is the set of processes that analyzes code to ensure defined coding practices are being followed, without executing the application itself.

  • T

    test-driven development (TDD)

    Test-driven development (TDD), also called test-driven design, is a method of implementing software programming that interlaces unit testing, programming and refactoring on source code.

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