test design Questions

Is it a standard practice to start all the Test Case Heading from the word 'Verify'?
Ex :
Verify show .................
Verify Create................
Verify Edit................

I want to perform performance testing for hybrid iOS and android mobile app. Please suggest ways on how to do it with some open source and paid tools

how to test vulnerability of ecommerce, whether the applied security is properly working or not?

whether the website can be hacked by anyone or not

By amna zafar - June 11, 20172 Answers

what should be responsibilities and skills they do have?


I am looking for a tool that would go through a piece of code and would generate a list of all aspects that could / should be tested:

  • the interesting values of a variable: especially the values where decisions are based upon
  • all the possible combination at logic brenches: the combinations that lead the execution of the code to a specific path

That are two kinds of code that are actual at the moment:

  • C code
  • model-based development

Thanks for  your ideas and support!

By Mohit Singh - March 20, 20172 Answers

What could be 10 possible test cases to test MS Excel application (NOT writing test cases or creating a template ON MS Excel)?

Is automatic test design / preparation is long way to go? Can someone suggest me the set of domains / platforms where it is feasible and acheivable? Note: I am not referring Automatic Test Execution.

As i have worked in Retail Banking domain as a Sr.Test Engineer(6 years),What kind of technical questions be asked in interview?

Hello All

 i am a fresher form  application background . iIwant to know what is the basic process to perform functional testing on embedded software using automated tool.




All of us have our own view of what MUST be the proper New Product Development phases. I believe those are:

1. Ideation: Come-up with an idea you think it could be a market winner.

2. Patenting: Evaluate the merit of getting Intellectual Property (IP) protection for your new product idea.

3. Design: Develop non or partially functioning models of your new product idea and start soliciting user feedback.

4. Feasibility Proof: Perform various technical/business studies to determine IF your new product idea is feasible.

5. Development: Develop a product/process to yield a number of fully functioning new product prototypes as if each of them were to be used by the final user/customer.

6. Controlled Field Use Trial: Let potential users use the new product as IF it were purchased by them and generate feedback based on a previously approved protocol.

7. Design-Verification/Validation: Fine-tune new product design/development and complete design verification/validation studies to confirm the new product meets User Requirement Specifications (URSs) per its respective Labeling Claims.

8. Regulatory Filing (if required): Prepare any required documentation and submit it to appropriate Regulatory Authorities for securing their approval to market it.

9. Full Field Use Trial: Repeat above phase 6 but using a comprehensive pool of potential users/customers.

10. Scaling-up: Scale-up your process so your new product could be manufactured in high quality/low cost conditions.

11. Technology-Transfer: Develop documents' list for new product's production in high volume.

12. Process Validation: Validate your process so it produces final product consistently meeting specifications.

13. Manufacturing: Start manufacture and ship product to market.

14. Launch: Launch product and monitor its acceptance by the user.

15. Line Maintenance/ Improvement: Compile, analyze user feedback and continuously improve product.

What is your opinion? Please explain, if you could.


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