What is Agile testing and what is the importance of Agile testing?

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    Agile testing


    Agile testing is a testing practice that follows the rules and principles of agile software development. Unlike the waterfall model method, agile testing can begin at the start of the project with continues integration between development and testing. Agile testing methodology is not sequential but continues.

    Importance of agile testing:

    -Application with minimal functionalities are ready faster and hence satisfying the customer/client.

    -Testing is a process which ensure that the product meet will all the requirements in each iteration as there is a sign of progress.

    -The process of a testing is conducted by the entire team and not by testers.

    -Instead of a test documentation there are lightweight documents and checklist suffices.

    -The developers and testers only consider the application complete once the tests are implemented and tested.


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    Agile methodology is the most significant approach to project management which is effectively used in the process of software development. This agile approach has been majorly introduced in the field of software development to overcome difficulties with the earlier waterfall model and to make processes more flexible and effective.

    The agile development methodology has revolutionized information technology and according to an article by Harvard Business Review, which states that “Over the past 25 to 30 years they have greatly increased success rates in software development, improved quality, and speed to market, and boosted the motivation and productivity of IT teams. Now, Agile methodologies involve new values, principles, practices, and benefits that continue to spread across a broad range of industries and functions and even to the C-Suite.”

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