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To start with, there is no formally defined list of standard test methodologies. That said, there are a number of test methods that are better suited to web applications than desktop applications: HTML validation - even if a desktop uses HTML display in some or all of its screens, it's not going to be as accessible as right-click - view source in any ...


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Test Methodologies for the web based applications describes about the different types of testing methods, which should be used for ensuring the quality of the product. Testing Methodologies include Unit Testing, Functional Testing, Integration Testing, System Testing and Acceptance Testing etc. These methodologies are part of the Test Plan and one has to ...


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I am assuming that the first question you ask is: what are test methodologies for web based and for desktop based applications? because it doesn't make sense when I read it. Test methodologies differ greatly between web and desktop applications, that is a wide topic to get into. I can put a few topics on the items listed but there are many good internet ...


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There are no. of good reasons you can share to become / shift to Testing. A Tester can get the complete application knowledge whereas A developer, though they are good in a particular module, cannot get complete knowledge of the application most of the times. A Tester, after having years of experience - can have two ways to travel - either in Testing or ...


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Yes, this is bit confusing. The question should be clear. But, if you see the choices, only one choice is from Non functional side and all the three have similarities (part of functional testing). So, no choice we have than choosing 'Non functional testing' as the answer.



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