What do you think?
Should you eat one meal at a time and 2 to 3 meals a day?
should you eat sufficient meals for 30 days at once and enjoy the remaining 29 days?
Keep things as simple as possible! Combining everything and testing it all at once may make things too complicated to handle...
It can be tested in any of the below two ways:
You can do API Testing of Student Marks and Student Results Module.
The developers must have used some kind of dummy Student Marks Data to develop Student Results Module.
You can use the same or similar dummy data of Student Marks so that you can test Student Results module.
Perfect, fail fast(er).
When the extreme programmers came up with continuous integration the idea was when someone checked in their code a couple of times per day and if that failed their automated build, it should be fixed within 10 minutes. Making sure that all code combines would keep working at all times.
Ideally noone should check in anything that ...
Personally, I think this is absolutely fine. Since you said you are using feature branches, only builds on top of these branches are failing. Pull requests are only merged when the corresponding build passes, hence, trunk/master is not affected.
The example with the missing space may sound a bit pettifogging, but I think having many different comment styles ...
If we take a look at the definition of BVT we can't find the statement that BVT belongs to white box testing approach. Just "a short set of tests, which exercises the mainstream functionality of the application software". And for system testing -- "testing conducted on a complete, integrated system to evaluate the system's compliance with its specified ...
According to me terminologies in testing do not matter much provided the communication between the testers and other stakeholders goes successful. That is, the other stakeholders understand the reports delivered by tester and the tester understands their needs and that of the software correctly.
For example build verification testing could also mean to ...
I think you are confusing "build" vs "build-stage"
A build is a the full chain, for example:
Get code from source control
Build-code (this is I think what you call the build-stage)
Package API, Website and Sync-Services
Deploy to test-environment in the cloud
This is what our team calls the build, this is run for each ...
Your question is valid only for the first integration, where you make the first build.
You should make a build every time you add something new...integrate and test as often as you can and you will get information.