What is the difference between Sanity Testing and Smoke Testing?
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- December 25, 2018 at 11:57 am #50590
Here are key differences between sanity testing & smoke testing:
– Sanity Test is done during the release phase to check for the main functionalities of the application without going deeper
– Sanity testing is usually performed by testers only
– Sanity Testing exercises only the particular component of the entire application & not documented.
– Smoke Test is done to make sure if the build we received from the development team is testable or not.
– This testing is performed by the developers or testers
– Smoke Testing exercises the entire application from end to end & documented.
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