What Is Regression Testing?

Regression testing is a type of functional testing that checks for issues with existing functionalities that are introduced by new additions or updates to the codebase. These tests are used to find the source of new bugs, and confirm if they were caused by an update. Smoke and sanity tests are generally considered related types of test.

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