There are several techniques used for software quality analysis and evaluation, including:
- Code review:
A process in which the source code of a software application is examined by one or more individuals to identify and fix defects.
- Unit testing:
A method of testing individual units or components of a software application, often using automated testing tools.
- Functional testing:
A method of testing the functionality of a software application by providing inputs and verifying the outputs against the expected results.
- Performance testing:
A method of evaluating the performance of a software application by measuring its response time, throughput, and resource usage under different loads.
- Security testing:
A method of evaluating the security of a software application by identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities.
- User acceptance testing:
A method of testing the software application by having end-users perform a set of tasks to ensure the software meets their needs.
A technique used to review the design, code, or documentation of a software application.
- Static analysis:
A method of evaluating the quality of source code by analyzing it without executing it.
- Dynamic analysis:
A method of evaluating the quality of a software application by executing it and observing its behavior.