What is Manual Testing , how we start manual testing for any Applications/Website ?

Testing Process Follow With  Every Projects

  • UI testing (check responsive all browsers,And Devices(Tablet,Mobiles))
  • Check all Functionality
  • All SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) rules follow
  • Psd designing of any product/website
  • Converted into Slicing part into html,css format
  • Check all functionality of product, which may be build in languages like (Php Frameworks, Any CMS(WordPress)) OR Database (Mongodb,Mysql,Mssql,Oracle).
  • After complete testing in Development Section Build goes to Testing Part
  • Testing performed(Functional && Non Functional)

Functional Testing: It is defined as type of testing which verifies that each function of the software application operates in conformance with the requirement specification. The testing mainly involve Black Box (in black box testing we don’t check code part only check components of product ).

This testing involve checking of UserInterface,API,Database,Client/Server applications and functionality of the application. The Testing can be done either manually or using automation.

Conclusion of Funtional Testing:  

  • understand the software requirements.
  • Identify test input (test data)
  • Compute the expected outcomes with the selected test input values
  • Execute test case
  • Comparison of actual and computed exptected result

Non Functional Testing :    In this  Testing we check non-functional aspects (performance,reliability etc) of any software, An excellent example of non-functional testing test would be to check how many people can simultenously login into a software.


  • Performance Testing
  • Load Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Stress Testing
  • Reliability Testing
  • Documentation Testing
  • After that Projects Company Productions Server uploaded
  • Finally Handover to client

Manual Testing Covered Terminology

  • Black Box Testing (in this testing we check only overview part or component part of any product / Website)
  • White Box Testing (in this testing we performed testing on code level , we check unnecessary code, comments, code should be optimize or not)
  • Smoke Testing (check main functionality of product in this testing)
  • Regression Testing (testing performed of each product/website in repeating format)
  • Unit Testing (divided each module in small sections, and developers managed whole large projects in team )
  • UAT(user acceptance testing): (each product may be flexible , and easily understandable format)
  • Sanity Testing (in this testing we check product how much take load , our application are crashing or not )
  • Integration Testing : (in this testing we check end to end testing performed)
  • Alpha & Beta testing : ( in this testing we finally check on client server or company productions server)

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