by: Amy Reichert
Embedded software testing tools are useful for catching defects during unit, integration and system testing. Here are five such tools that can make testing easier.
Testing embedded systems, or closed hardware environments where users don’t realize the embedded interface exists, is challenging and different because there is no user interface (UI). Instead, the tests involve digital output, interfaces, APIs, data exchange messaging or other forms of communication. It’s also challenging because the testing is not within a UI; instead, it involves components not visible to the end user. Another difference…
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