Test-driven development (TDD) is a software development process that follows a short, repetitive, and continuous cycle of creating unique test cases for what companies want in their web or mobile application, then writing code to actually produce it with quality. Test-driven development differs from traditional QA testing because very specific test cases are written first based on what companies want to see in their application, then, the engineers write code with the goal of making that initial test pass.
Learn why startups usually don’t need to (and often shouldn’t) hire a QA person to improve product quality.
In this post, we’ll dive into how teams can scale QA coverage for consumer apps to keep their testing processes fast and effective.
For some organizations (including Rainforest), opting out of building a QA team is an option that’s been growing in popularity. But how do you do QA and keep quality high, if there’s no QA team?
Conventional approaches to QA are broken. Here's a better way.