In making software, we often face “bugs” or “error” in certain processes. To avoid many bugs, software testing is needed, before the software that we have made is given to customers or as long as the software is still being developed. What is in your mind when we talk about quality assurance services? Basically, the importance of software testing refers to the quality of the software.
Why must maintain software quality? The increasing number of developers by maintaining the quality of the software that was built so that it can survive with other software that continues to grow. Software development testing can also streamline costs so that you don’t waste a lot of software because of marketing failure or production failure. The following are the steps of software development Testing.
Unit Testing is a software verification method where the programmer tests a program unit worthy of being used. Unit testing focuses on verifying the smallest units in software design (components or software modules). Because in a lot of software have small units to test it is usually made a small program or play a program) to test software units. These small units can be procedures or functions, a set of procedures or functions that exist in one file if in structured programming, or classes can also be a collection of classes in a package. Unit testing is usually done when the program code is created.
Integration testing is more on testing the merger of two or more units in the software. Integration testing should be carried out in stages to avoid search difficulties if an error/bug occurs.
Process units that have been integrated are tested with the interface that has been made so that this test is intended to test the software system. It should be borne in mind that system testing must be carried out in stages from the beginning of development, if testing is only at the end, it can be ascertained that the quality of the system is not good.
Software acceptance testing is carried out by users who have collaborated with program makers to find out directly how the software that has been made can work before the software that is made is distributed. This acceptance test aims to determine the user or user satisfaction.