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- 1. Tech Discovery
- 2. Prototyping
- 3. Development
- 4. QA and Testing
- 5. Communication
- 6. DevOps
Exploratory testing is a series of tests carried out to thoroughly review a product or application. As the name suggests, exploratory testing means there is no set scope for the testing process. A fixed mindset, or writing test cases to look for specific bugs defeats the purpose. Testers are encouraged to dig deep into each aspect of the product that they are testing, to check for unexpected bugs that might have escaped automated testing.
However, with no set scope, there are chances that testing spans across a long time period, without any specific focus. And hence it’s important to have a method in the way a team approaches exploratory testing.
At Srijan, here’s how our QA team approaches exploratory testing:
Our rigorous approach, and experienced QA professionals are well equipped to define and perform intelligent test cases. While our QA Automation services help ensure faster time-to-market by automating regression testing and other repeated tasks, exploratory testing helps ensure we can fix any unanticipated bugs and errors.
While you are here, you can take a look at our webinar that talks about the importance of manual vs. automated testing.