Development with Agile Methodology
Development with Traditional Waterfall Method
Mobile application user acceptance testing is essentially a verification process. This kind of testing ensures that the mobile app is functional enough to meet the desired criteria set by the business. UAT allows a group of testers to "use" the mobile application to check how it works. Successful UAT can drive the app products towards app store approval and better ROIs in the app market. With the ultimate goal of meeting a user's expectations, it calls for the participation of actual software user testers. Furthermore, it records and corrects defects that users report. All in all, it validates the mobile apps against business requirements.
User Acceptance testing (UAT) or End-User Testing is the final leg of the web application testing process. This particular kind of testing process calls for the participation of actual software user testers. The aim of the User Acceptance Testing of web apps is to ascertain that the developed software can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios. Also, it allows the development team to check if the final product is working according to specifications laid out during the designing phase.