As customers today are becoming increasingly aware and informed, the demand for high-quality software is high. To ensure that the product quality parameters are met in every single iteration – within the stipulated time and budget – QA teams are embracing newer ways of testing.
Unlike traditional approaches to software testing, in which development teams first build products and QA teams later perform testing to detect bugs and issues, in an agile setup, development and testing happen simultaneously. In an agile setup, testing is considered an integral (as well as continuous) part of software development – and not something that should be done only after the product has been developed.
Teams that move from the traditional waterfall method to an agile setup often struggle to incorporate testing seamlessly within the new setup. This is a legitimate challenge because the waterfall testing approach is entirely different from the agile approach. This white paper explains in detail how teams can adopt continuous testing in their delivery setup with ease.