Remember the weight of regression testing
Regression testing is one of the most important tests performed in the software development process. They are designed to control quality and quickly detect potential software regression. In the IT environment, there is a belief that regression testing is unnecessary. For many, this is not only a waste of time, but above all money. However, this is not entirely true. What is the purpose of these types of tests? They check whether any errors occurred while creating new software by a specialist. This means that the customer will not receive software that contains errors in previously checked and delivered areas. Therefore, they guarantee that the customer will receive perfectly refined software. Unfortunately, most often we encounter a situation when too little time is spent on testing or when it is done at the last minute. This approach means that in the end all the attention is focused on the tester, which is not very adequate.
What does it consist of?
Usually, performing regression testing involves restarting a set of tests that previously ended correctly. It aims to reveal potential problems arising from the changes made. Regression testing can occur at all stages of test levels. Regardless of whether they are functional, non-functional or structural tests.