Posts filed under: QA Cheatsheet

Tips & Tricks on time management at work

Time management is the key to working smarter and not harder, as projects can get very stressful and complicated. To this end, we decided to interview some of our colleagues on how they use time management as quality assurance testers in order to complete their tasks and carry on with their projects.  Check out their...... Read More

Getting Started With API Testing

If you are a junior looking to enhance your skills or a more experienced tester looking to revise your knowledge, you came to the right place.  This article will present what API testing is, what tools you can use, and how to get started with it. What Is API? Firstly, API is an acronym for...... Read More

Acceptance/ Sanity/ Smoke Testing: A QA Guide

Let’s talk about the differences between smoke testing, sanity testing, and user acceptance testing (UAT). Generally, there is some confusion surrounding the topic of smoke testing vs. sanity testing. You might also be confused about why UAT is next to them. We want to clear it all out in this article. Since all of them...... Read More

Bug reports: how to write expected results

A successful bug report shows the developer the difference between the expected behavior and the actual test results. It is a tester’s job to know how to write actual and expected results properly. Following the bug summary, the actual results describe the output as initially observed by the tester, regardless of what the software is...... Read More

How to Test APIs: QA Guideline

In this guide, we will cover how to test APIs or the Back-End side from a QA perspective. We believe that API testing is a crucial part of the SDLC, and it should not be forgotten. This type of testing can be one of the most challenging parts of testing because APIs can be complicated....... Read More

Cheat Sheet Guide for QA: File Upload Testing in 11 steps

The file upload feature is becoming a more and more essential part of any program. That’s because, on many platforms, users usually need to upload their photo, CV, or a video showcasing a project they are working on. But what can we as testers do if they don’t upload what the product owner requested when...... Read More

Cheat Sheet Guide for QA: Response Times and Loading Indicators

You’ve probably found out already that we like to be tech-savvy and that we love statistics, response times, and loading indicators. Why? Because all of these items are some of the most important sources that inspire us to defy more limits. Having something palpable to show and share in a Feature Planning discussion is definitely...... Read More

QA Cheatsheet

Our QA cheatsheet is a must-read before trying out a new feature.  Before we start, validate that the newly added feature integrates well with the existing system.  Most times, developers don’t know the entire product as well as a QA (who investigated it thoroughly). There will be a lot of edge case bugs if you do some...... Read More

QA Morning Routine

To be successful, a QA engineer has no choice but to be a well-organized person. Everything must be structured clearly so their QA work can be as efficient as humanly possible. From our experience, some habits have proven to be essential in giving the best results possible. We’ve compiled a quick To-Do list every QA...... Read More