Today’s rapidly changing business environment makes a flexible approach to all processes essential, especially when it comes to the development of mobile apps, games, websites and other software. Companies have turned agile software development and continuous testing as a way to cope with the new reality of the market and its dynamic requirements. Modern development [...]

Today’s rapidly changing business environment makes a flexible approach to all processes essential, especially when it comes to the development of mobile apps, games, websites and other software. Companies have turned agile software development and continuous testing as a way to cope with the new reality of the market and its dynamic requirements.

Modern development projects are often too complex to be carried out exactly according to plan. In fact, flexibility should be planned into the process! One way agile development does this is continuous testing. Continuous testing means testing software at every phase of development. From start to finish, bugs in the system can be found and resolved immediately, reducing the complexity of troubleshooting a project. Improving the quality of the software product at each stage of the process protects from unpleasant surprises at the end of the project.

By testing continuously, developers don’t get stuck at “90%” done, and projects don’t get surprised by big time and testing costs in the last stage.