Finding issues is just one of the objectives of testing: regardless of the testing methodology applied, a software tester aims to ensure the application developed does what it was supposed to do based on the business requirements, so we deliver the best application we can.
Undoubtedly, the goal is to provide an application to users, providing the best possible experience and quality.
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Simple issues such as an image missing or a button misplaced may not be a big deal.
But consider this: there may be instances where users’ privacy is compromised, or even, times when there is loss of revenue and loss of reputation, or in extreme cases, a life-threatening issue.
To sum it up, software testing is an essential part of software development.
Testers make sure the application has the capability of having multiple users accessing the system at the same time.
The application may not be ready for significant stress or simultaneous load access.
People may have to wait a long time for the application to load, or they may be unable to login, or unable to book a ticket for a trip or a concert amongst many other such situations.
Testers can simulate scenarios, and these can help identify flaws, allowing developers to rectify problems before release.
There are hundreds of devices around the world, with different sizes, shapes, and operational systems. Plus there are several types of browsers—new and old, with and without proper updates. All of those can affect the user directly, resulting in a bad experience when using the application.
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