How Agile Testing is different from Traditional Testing_The main question that arises in mind before starting the testing process is, whether to go for agile testing or stick to traditional method of testing?

The term agile defines quick and easy movements, and the world of agile is a buzz nowadays, as it talks about agile testing and the key role of testers in an agile project.

In today’s Dynamic world, testers are the key piece of an agile team, as they define the success or failure of the team’s attempts to be agile, because the classic software testing team is becoming increasingly obsolete, as the Traditional processes and tools just don’t meet today’s testing challenges.

So, what makes agile testing different from traditional testing?

Here are the basic differences that separates Agile testing from Traditional testing:

Involvement: Agile testing requires continuous team involvement in order to carry out testing. Whereas in traditional testing there is much not of team involved as it can be done on a solo basis.

Tool Support: Compare with Traditional testing, Agile Testing involves more tool support, because of the pace of development and continuous iterations.

Communication: On a broader basis, Agile requires much more effective communication among the team members at all times then Traditional testing, because testers play a key role in establishing and maintaining proper work.

Feedback: The process of feedback is quick in the Agile testing then compare with traditional testing.

At TestOrigen along with a dedicated team, are continuously involved in all aspects of the project, starting with the requirements and design of each feature. Testers not only covers the functional aspects of what they are testing, but also many broader aspects of the application. Our team is also determined in providing a quick and effective feedback to the users.

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