In software engineering, dynamic testing (or dynamic analysis) refers to the testing of code's dynamic behavior. That is, dynamic analysis is the investigation of a system's physical reaction to variables that are not constant and fluctuate over time.
Dynamic testing is a form of software testing that is used to test the dynamic behavior of software code. The primary goal of dynamic testing is to test software behavior using dynamic variables or variables that are not constant, and to identify weak points in the software runtime environment.
Dynamic evaluation Process
Design of test cases
Stepping up the testing environment.
Execution of the test case
Analysis and evaluation of tests
Reporting a bug.
The process of testing and assessing a program while it is running is known as dynamic analysis. Dynamic analysis, also known as dynamic code scanning, facilitates the diagnosis and rectification of defects, memory issues, and program crashes during execution.
The dynamic testing technique evaluates the functionality of an application while the code is executed / by executing the code. In layman's terms, dynamic testing is done by actually utilizing the application and evaluating if a functionality works as expected.