Test Language - Introduction to Keyword-Driven Testing

Test language is a dictionary of keywords that helps testers communicate with one another and with other subject-matter experts. The keywords replace common English as the testing basis and create an approach called keyword-driven testing (KDT). KDT can be used to improve communication between testers, avoid inconsistency in test documents, and serve as the infrastructure for test automation. Download this white paper to learn more.
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