Smoke Testing Vs Sanity Testing : Explained with Examples

In this tutorial we are going to learn about the smoke Testing Vs Sanity Testing with examples.

Sanity Testing
The goal of sanity testing is to determine that the proposed functionalities are working roughly as expected

  • The objective of sanity testing is not to verify the core functionalities thoroughly bit to determine that the developer has applied some rationality while building a software program.

Smoke Testing
The purpose of smoke testing is to reject badly performing application so that the QA team does not have to waste time in the installation or testing of a software application.

  • Verification of the application either it is launched successfully or not,
  • Verify either GUI of the application is responsive or not,
  • Verify either financial transactions are completed well and more….

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