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The Need of Service Virtualization in the World of Test-driven Development (TDD)

Software applications of every kind and purpose need to get tested across various devices and operating systems to ensure performance, accessibility, responsiveness, functionality, and even security. For this very reason, enterprises and development teams need to create suitable test environments to ensure comprehensive testing and determine the expected results. How can this be feasible with […] The post The Need of Service Virtualization in the World of Test-driven Development (TDD) appeared first on Software Testing Blog by Cigniti Technologies.
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