Software Testing Tutorial
- Introduction to Software Testing
- Principles of Software Testing
- Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
- Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC)
- Levels of Testing
- Database Testing
- Ad-hoc Testing
- Testing Types
- Test Closure Report Preparation
- Test Report Preparation
- ISTQB Organization and Certification Overviews
- JIRA Interview Questions and Answers
- Applications of Jira
- Installation of Jira
- Kanban Board In Jira
- Kanban Tool
- Jira Scrum Board/
- Difference Between Scrum Board Vs Kanban Board
- JIRA Bug Life Cycle
- JIRA Versions
- JIRA Workflow
- JIRA Dashboard
- Sprint in JIRA
- JIRA Epic
- Backlog in JIRA
- JIRA Testing Tool
- Difference between JIRA and Bugzilla
- INSTALLATION OF TENSORFLOW
Applications of JIRA
The applications of JIRA are:
Tracking of issues and management:
JIRA provides features to define workflow, management of daily tasks, tracking the progress of the work done by the team.
Configurable dashboard with widgets:
It allows us to track what is going on in a project, can track user workflows, burndown charts, verify the velocity of a team, etc.
The progress of the project can be understood by the best reports provided by Jira. It helps us to understand the budget by giving total spent versus estimation.
Scrum and Kanban:
Configurable scrum and Kanban boards are provided by Jira. Scrum board can be used to manage the board. Kanban can be used to manage bugs, epics in the system.
A ton of external plugins is provided by Jira to manage everything regarding the product inside Jira.
Test_Project/ABC #xyzThe key uniquely identifies the issue.
An example issue in so and so part of the app #xyz
The assignee is the person currently working on the issue.
#Status: In Progress
The status indicates where the issue currently is in its workflow.