Integration testing is used to test a group of individual modules, components, or pieces of units. The main purpose of Integration testing is to find bugs when two or more modules are integrated. To check how two or more modules, components, or a different piece of code are will work together.
Unlike unit testing, which focuses on individual modules and classes, end-to-end (e2e) testing covers the interaction of classes and modules at a more aggregate level - closer to the kind of interaction that end-users will have with the production system.
The main objective of unit testing is to isolate written code to test and determine if it works as intended. A unit test typically comprises three stages: plan, cases, and scripting, and the unit test itself.
Measuring performance provides an important metric to help you assess the success of your app, site, or web service. For example, you can use performance metrics to determine how your app performs in comparison to a competitor or you can compare your app's performance across releases. The metrics you choose to measure should be relevant to your users, site, and business goals. They should be collected and measured in a consistent manner and analyzed in a format that can be consumed and understood by non-technical stakeholders.
Load testing is a great way to grab insights about how your application runs under heavy load, how all services interact, and to plan production capacity accordingly.
Test automation is the practice of running tests automatically, managing test data, and utilizing results to improve software quality. Automated testing is well-suited for large projects, projects that require testing the same areas over and over, and projects that have already been through an initial manual testing process.
“Test-driven development” refers to a style of programming in which three activities are tightly interwoven: coding, testing (in the form of writing unit tests) and design (in the form of refactoring).
In software engineering, behavior-driven development (BDD) is an agile software development process that encourages collaboration among developers, quality assurance testers, and customer representatives in a software project. BDD is an extension to the TDD concept, but instead of testing your code you are testing your product, and specifically that your product behaves as you desire it to.
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