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One of the possible solutions: Generate a random object that has all the states different each time Use that object to fill the page Use that object to check the response. There should be some asserts that understand that "if this is filled, then the response needs to have this" Running this test multiple times would cover many of the scenarios. But you ...


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You must have to read SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle). Waterfall Model: BA, Developer and Tester's are working at different stages in SDLC. I think you must have to clear about your question. What exactly you want to know?


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Determine the requirements and test for them. I would imagine testing: Different sized bread (area) should be usable in the device Different sized bread (thickness) should be usable in the device Bagels should be toastable Bread should not fall against heating elements Ability to produce light, medium and dark toast Ability to toast 1, 2 or 4 (if needed) ...


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One (ptobably not the best and suitable not for every case) possibility is to use varibales during the test execution. Simplified example A test scenario consists of two input screens where I have to test the presence of certain elements (title, logo, some text etc. I run the test scenario until the end (output screen) and during execution I set suite ...


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To improve quality for a software product we are splitting up quality into internal and external quality. Spread over three quality groups. It gives a more detailed view on the different quality aspects that are relevant in software development. External quality determines the fulfillment of stakeholder requirements and internal quality determines the ...


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I'd say go for ISTQB certification and buy books for subjects like Ruby, Jenkins and mobile testing. ...But only after you checked what is asked for most frequently in job openings that you would like. That is the most effective stuff to pursue. This will vary over time and per location. Also different companies have different needs. Finally, mobile ...


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In addition to Browser stack mentioned above, you may also want to consider http://litmus.com/ which will allow you to cross client test your emails.



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