Smoke testing is a software development practice in which developers create a simple test case to validate their code.
There are two ways in which you can perform a smoke test:
Using a browser-based testing tool like Postman or WebdriverIO
Writing a simple program in any programming language that sends data and checks for a response
Smoke tests help identify bugs and other errors before they get into production.
They are less expensive than other types of tests, as they can be run quickly and with minimal human involvement.
Smoke tests are able to detect errors at an earlier stage in the software development lifecycle, when they can be fixed more easily
Smoke tests are usually created by developers as they start working on a new project or feature. They use these tests to make sure that their code is error-free and that they haven’t forgotten anything along the way.
Confidence testing or build verification testing are other terms for smoke testing. In other words, we test the build to see if all of the major features are working and if there are any show-stoppers. It's a quick and dirty regression test of important features.
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