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Smoke Testing: Test Your App or Website


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This presentation shows you how to create a smoke testing process for your website or mobile app. A smoke test allows you to test your UI and make sure that everything functions how you imagined it to function.

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Smoke Testing: Test Your App or Website

  1. 1. Smoke Testing For Beginners
  2. 2. What’s a Smoke Test?
  3. 3. Smoke Tests ask simple questions like: “Does this button work?” “Does this link take me where I want to go?”
  4. 4. At G&R, our smoke tests look like this:
  5. 5. 2. 1. 3. 4.
  6. 6. 1. “Test Suite” Topic: General idea of what the test is for. Step: More exact idea of what the test is for Action: Specific test for a single action Expected: What you expect to happen when the test is executed
  7. 7. 2. Scoring Legend
  8. 8. 3. Tester Information
  9. 9. 4. Scores
  10. 10. Refer back to scoring legend for each specific test
  11. 11. If what happens on your screen matches what is written in the expected column, write “1”
  12. 12. If what happens on your screen is completely different from “expected,” type “0”
  13. 13. If what happens on your screen partially matches “expected,” type “0.5”
  14. 14. PLUS, visit the “Bug Report drafts pre- Asana” worksheet
  15. 15. Report the “bug” that caused you to write 1 or 0 Give a brief summary of exactly what happened Copy event ID from previous page Say what you did (action) Write what was expected What was the result of your action? Describe the wrong behavior
  16. 16. Download a Smoke Test Template Here: