Manual Testing

Best practices for manually testing software.

What Is Exploratory Testing?
Exploratory testing is an unscripted QA testing technique used to discover unknown issues, write test scripts and learn about usability during and after the software development process.
The Pros and Cons of Using Crowdsourced Work
Rainforest QA has learnt many hard-won lessons about how best to use crowdsourced work whilst building its QA platform, and we’d like to share some of the highs and lows that we discovered.
Using Crowdtesting to Build More Agile Regression Testing Processes for Legacy Code
For many teams maintaining legacy code bases, testing processes can’t keep up with development cycles. Here’s how PerformanceCentre found a solution to their regression testing roadblock by leveraging crowdtesting.
3 Reasons Why Crowdtesting is Great for eCommerce Companies
Crowdtesting offers a flexible, scalable testing solution that is perfect for eCommerce site testing. Here are three ways that eCommerce devs can leverage crowdtesting with Rainforest QA.
What is Crowdsourced Testing?
Crowdsourced testing is an emergent method of QA testing which leverages a dispersed, temporary workforce to test software applications quickly and effectively.
Crowdsourced Testing: A New Way to Do Mobile App Testing
Using crowdsourced testing to achieve the mobile app testing coverage teams need that is both affordable and fast enough to leverage without slowing down deployment.
Improving Product Quality with Crowdsourced Testing
Crowdsourced testing provides a more flexible, cost-effective means of increasing testing bandwidth and improving product quality for companies like ConsumerAffairs.
Is manual QA a poor use of time?
While it’s true that manual testing can be a bottleneck when it comes to fast-moving development, that doesn’t mean you should abandon it entirely.