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The primary goal of unit testing is to take the smallest piece of testable software in the application, isolate it from the remainder of the code, and determine whether it behaves exactly as you expect. Each unit is tested separately before integrating them into modules to test the interfaces between modules. Unit testing has proven its value in that a large percentage of defects are identified during its use.
User acceptance testing (UAT) is the last phase of the software testing process. During UAT, actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios, according to specifications. UAT is one of the final and critical software project procedures that must occur before newly developed software is considered ready for market. For regulatory compliance testing and operational acceptance testing UAT is critical for validation and verification purposes.
Regression testing is testing existing software applications to make sure that a change or addition hasn’t broken any existing functionality. Its purpose is to catch bugs that may have been accidentally introduced into a new build or release candidate, and to ensure that previously eradicated bugs continue to stay dead. In general, this is testing to see if the new code will affect old existing code.
Negative testing, commonly referred to as error path testing or failure testing is generally done to ensure the stability of the application. In Negative testing, one must apply as much creativity as possible in order to validate the application against invalid data. The purpose of Negative testing is to check if the errors being shown to the user behave as supposed to, or how a bad value is handled by the application.
A very early version of a software product that may not contain all of the features that are planned for the final version. Typically, software goes through two stages of testing before it is considered finished. The first stage, called alpha testing, is often performed only by users within the organization developing the software.
A beta test is a type of testing period for a computer product prior to any sort of commercial or official release. Beta testing is considered the last stage of testing, and normally involves distributing the product to beta test sites and individual users ("beta testers") outside the company for real-world exposure.