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Integration Testing

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A level of testing is performed combining individual components. Integration testing is used to identify faults in the interaction between unit components after the integration.

According to the test pyramid, integration tests lie on the second level and these tests will validate the interaction of the code with the external eco-system.

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Sajitha Pathirana

Sajitha Pathirana

Tech Enthusiast, SDET | Test Automation Consultant, and a Product Designer. I write about QA Trends, Testing, and Test Automation.

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