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Testing | 5 Tips for a Successful Web Project, Part IV
August 24, 2015
This blog entry is the fourth section of our ongoing series on: 5 Tips for a Successful Web Project. The sections include:
Today’s post concerns Acceptance Testing.
Acceptance Testing is one of the single most important tasks you will be assigned in a web project. When your development team has completed the coding and internal testing on your new website, they then turn it over to you for a specified period of time to perform end-to-end testing. End-to-end testing is when you check to make sure that your project is performing the way it is supposed to, that it’s correct from start to finish and everything is communicating and connecting properly.
Sometimes clients struggle to make end-to-end testing a priority. Other times, they approach testing a website without a clear idea of what they should be looking for. This can cause problems for the developers when it comes time to launch.
How do you make the most of your end-to-end testing?
Start small and increase the level of detail as time allows. And, don’t forget to solicit the input of other team members; a different approach can often catch more potential issues.
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