Test-Driven Development (TDD)

Use Tests to define your user flows

Define User Flow First
Implement Test Later

Test Driven Development (TDD) is an approach for software development where test cases are created to define and validate the functionality of code. In TDD, each functionality of the software is converted into test cases and tested first before the software is fully developed. If a specific test case fails, new code is written in order to pass that test, making the software simple and bug-free. TDD is very beneficial for discovering bugs earlier and having a well-designed, cleaner, and more extensible code.

TestUp enables automated Testing of test cases in TDD, making the whole development process smooth and efficient. There, you have to define your user flows as tags and continue developing the functionality. Then, fill the test-steps in Testup and approve that user flow is as desired.

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