Manual testing is very cost effective in the long run and the software often ends up being bug free.
Manual testing is the process of testing applications and software to pick out the bugs, errors, flaws and defects. Ofcourse, automation testing is the best, but it is always better when you add a human touch to test the software since it resolves issues that automation testing could not handle. There are generally 6 types of manual testing, namely, Black Box Testing, White Box Testing, Gray Box Testing, System Testing, Integration Testing and Acceptance Testing. Any type of application can be tested, however, it is best recommended for ad-hoc and monkey testing.
Appropriate UI/UX Testing
Can Find & Fix More Issues
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When our tester performs manual testing, firstly, they thoroughly read all the documents related to software. Then, they analyze the documents as per the client’s requirements and develop the test case accordingly. In the next step, they check and create the baseline of the selected test cases with the developer and the client. After all test cases are manually executed, as per the chosen testing type, our team of testers updates the developer team about the bugs that are to be fixed and worked upon. After all the improvement is done, our testers again test the software and this process is repeated until all the bugs are fixed.