The ultimate guide to understanding types of testing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Both types of testing come with its merits. Manual testing is ideal for exploratory, usability, ad-hoc, and compatibility testing while automated testing is best suited for performance, load and regression testing along with repeated executions for error handling.
Whenever you are conducting automation testing, you need to be well-versed with proper coding techniques as they involve cyclomatic complexities, code and involve statement coverages, etc. Automation testing requires accurate programming and data knowledge plus skills. It also needs to meet database verification criteria.
Python language is used for all kinds of manual testing in the industry. If you look at any software testing company in USA, they are using Phyton as the primary language for the development process.
The four types of automation most prominent in the industry are-
1. Fixed automation
2. Programmable automation
3. Flexible automation
4. Integrated automation