Software testing has been meant to improve the quality of the product and its performance. Continuous testing and non-functional testing are very commonly used software testing techniques. Continuous testing is a process of automated tests which are conducted throughout the software development lifecycle to evaluate the business risk involved in it. Non-functional testing helps to evaluate how a system works rather than a system behaviour. This article elaborates how continuous testing and non-functional testing are related to each other.
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