At Intellicore, we use a regressive testing approach throughout our software development cycle.

But what is regression testing?

Regression testing is a technique used to ensure that any updates to the software application has not introduced any new errors. This involves the re-testing of software after any changes have been made to ensure that the software is still functioning correctly.  

The importance of regression testing is its ability to identify any issues or errors that may have been introduced when changes to the program or code were made. When a piece of software has been modified, even with the smallest change, there is always a possibility that part of the code could have been changed. By re-testing the software after it has been changed then our developers are more likely to catch the errors.  

There are several approaches that our software developers take when it comes to regression testing. These include re-testing, selective testing, and full regression testing. At Intellicore, our developers will choose which testing approach to take depending on the specific needs and goals of the project.  

In addition to catching errors, regularly re-testing software can improve its overall quality. Other errors may be picked up that were previously missed through other testing cycles. This can help improve reliability of the software which will improve the software and increase user satisfaction.  

If you want to find out about our other software testing techniques, then check out this blog  

Barry Booth

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