Regression Testing

Product changes made risk-free

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Run tests after every modification or addition of features to your web product to ensure that the changes haven't broken any existing functionality or user flow.

Turn to regression testing in order to:

Use cases for regression testing

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Ensure that recent code changes or additions haven't impacted or broken the existing functionalities of your application

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Confirm that a bug has been fixed and that the fix hasn't introduced any new bugs into the system

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Verify that changes in one part of the software have not adversely affected other, unrelated parts of the software

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Check that old defects have not re-emerged amidst new changes or developments

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Ensure consistent performance of your application after updates or modifications, especially before a release

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Make sure that system enhancements or configuration changes have not resulted in any unintended side effects

As a result of regression testing, you get:

Benefits of regression testing

Regression testing is conducted to ensure that new changes, enhancements, or bug fixes do not adversely impact existing features of the web app. This form of testing ensures that your previous functionalities continue to work as expected, despite changes made to the web app. As a result, you maintain the integrity of your web app while being able to improve it and add new features.

By ensuring that new modifications do not disrupt existing functionalities, regression testing contributes to the stability of your web app. It confirms that the web app is still robust and performs as expected even after modifications or additions. This means you can continuously release stable versions of your web app, building trust with your users and maintaining a positive user experience.

Regression testing provides a safety net that validates new changes have not disrupted existing functionalities. By ensuring the web app remains intact after modifications, you can confidently release updates and new features, knowing that they will not negatively affect the user experience or the stability of the product. This consistent reliability promotes trust in your web app and builds a solid reputation for your brand.

While regression testing requires some upfront investment, it can result in significant cost and time savings in the long run. By catching bugs early, you prevent more complex and costly fixes down the line. Furthermore, you avoid the potential reputational damage and customer service costs associated with buggy releases, leading to overall cost and time savings.

Why we prefer automated regression testing:

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Efficient and seamless workflows

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Fast and reliable results

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The deadlines and budgets met

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Greater Return on Investment

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Comprehensible testing artifacts

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Informed decision making

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Enhanced product capacity

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Scalability assessment

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Usability requirements met

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Foster customer satisfaction

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Increased market readiness

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Improved collaboration

Why choose DogQ as a no-code testing tool?

No-code automation

Create automated test cases without coding

User-friendly UI

Intuitive design for easy navigation and interaction

Test case generation

Pre-built test steps for efficient test case creation

Parallel testing

Run multiple tests at once for faster testing

Macros

Predefined test steps for complex testing scenarios

Test Coverage

Cover multiple types of web testing

Engagement Model

Use various engagement models that fit your budget

Cost-effectiveness

No limits on the use of features

Team Management

Share testing responsibilities with teams of any size

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Frequently Asked Questions

Regression testing ensures that recent code changes have not adversely affected existing features. It's aimed at catching bugs that may have been introduced into the code after modifications, such as adding new features or fixing bugs.

Regression testing is made easier with our no-code automated testing tool. You can set up and run tests without needing to code. Easily create a suite of regression tests and run them automatically every time there are changes to your web product, ensuring that existing functionalities continue to work as expected.

Regression testing is important because it helps ensure that changes, enhancements, or bug fixes have not unintentionally disrupted existing functionalities. This testing enables you to maintain the quality of your web app by regularly checking that previously working features still operate as intended after making changes to the code.

Regression testing should ideally be conducted whenever changes are made to the code. This includes after every bug fix, enhancement, or addition of new features. Regular regression testing helps maintain a high standard of quality and reliability in your software.

No, you do not need any coding skills to perform any type of web testing with our tool. Our platform is designed to make the testing process as simple as possible. With our intuitive interface, users can set up and run tests, identify issues, and evaluate test results, all without writing a single line of code.