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What is manual testing?

Manual testing is a software testing process in which test cases are executed manually without using any automated tool. All test cases executed by the tester manually according to the end user’s perspective.

The key concept of manual testing is to ensure that the application is error free and it is working in conformance to the specified functional requirements.

Web testing itself is a software testing practice to test websites or web applications for potential bugs. It’s a complete testing of web-based applications before making live. A web-based system needs to be checked completely from end-to-end before it goes live for end users. By performing website testing, an organization can make sure that the web-based system is functioning properly and can be accepted by real-time users. The UI design and functionality are the captains of website testing.


Manual web testing includes:

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    Functional testing

    Implies the examining if the websites’ actual behaviour correlates with the functional requirements and works according customers’ expectations.

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    Regression testing

    Type of testing with the purpose to verify if the latest changes made (merge code, fixing issues, migrations, etc.) haven’t caused the appearance of new issues, and the system works as before.

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    User interface(UI) testing

    User interface or UI testing, also known as GUI testing, is the process of testing the visual elements of an application to validate whether they accurately meet the expected visual design.

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    Compatibility testing

    Aimed to evaluate the website’s compatibility within different environments, e.g. operating systems, browsers, databases, other system software.

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    API testing

    Type of software testing that involves testing application programming interfaces (APIs) directly and as part of integration testing to determine if they meet expectations for functionality, reliability, performance, and security.

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    Usability testing

    Usability testing forms a user experience research method, usually a qualitative one, as the core of UX research. It mainly aims to check product ease-of-use and functionality.

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    Smoke testing

    Considered as a short cycle of tests performed to confirm that, the website performs basic functions after building the code (new or patched).

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    Black box, grey box testing

    Black box examine the functionality of website without peering about its internal infrastructure. Grey box involves partial knowledge of internal structure of the website.

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    System testing

    Validation and testing the complete and fully integrated software product. The purpose of a system test is to evaluate the end-to-end system specifications.


Technology changes the quality of life but it cannot replace human intelligence.

  • Cost and time efficiency

    It requires less time and expense to start productive manual testing. To optimize the price and time needed to test any software, you cannot entirely rely upon the automation testing approach.

  • Irreplaceable

    Only 80% cases can be covered with automation. It the only way to check un-automatable scenarios (e.g. ‘tap-and-pay’), mobile devices compatibility and interactions. What’s more, not all domains prefer automation.

  • User experience

    Visual and graphic elements, context and usability can be tested only via manual testing. Gestures, tap, shake, CAPTCHA, and video control-based trigger actions using automated scripts still need a lot of effort and time.

  • Human perspetive

    Human intuition, inference, inductive reasoning are integral part of testing. Negative testing which basically uncovers most of issues, can be done more rigorously via manual testing.

  • Flexibility

    Can be used in all projects sizes. Test cases can be updated according to the project changes. Quick maintenance of constantly UI changes. May change the course in progress of testing round.

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