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Every application contains some functional requirements and few non functional requirements. These requirements pass through several phases of the software development life cycle (SDLC). Among of these phases one is “testing” in which requirements are verified according to SRS. Black box testing is one of these testing methodologies. Practitioners don’t consider internal implementation detail in this technique. Do you think that performance and usability evaluation passes through black box testing. Justify in either case.
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Black box testing is a software testing techniques in which functionality of the software under test (SUT) is tested without looking at the internal code structure, implementation details and knowledge of internal paths of the software. This type of testing is based entirely on the software requirements and specifications. In Black Box Testing we just focus on inputs and output of the software system without bothering about internal knowledge of the software program. The above Black-Box can be any software system you want to test. For example: an operating system like Windows, a website like Google, a database like Oracle or even your own custom application. Under Black Box Testing, you can test these applications by just focusing on the inputs and outputs without knowing their internal code implementation.