End-to-End (E2E) Testing

End-to-end testing is a technique that tests the entire software product from beginning to end to ensure the application flow behaves as expected. It defines the product’s system dependencies and ensures all integrated pieces work together as expected.

End-to-end testing versus system testing

Comparing end-to-end testing and system testing, the latter actually has a narrower focus. For this reason, it makes more sense to look at what system testing covers and proceed to what’s added in end-to-end testing.

System TestingEnd-to-End Testing
Validates the software system but doesn’t look outside of it.Validates interconnected systems and external interfaces.
Looks at system features (viewing each feature as a subsystem).Looks at the UI/GUI, backend and hardware to cover all functionality that the user experiences when using an application
Follows integration testing.Follows system testing.
Is easier to automate (though manual system testing is still a widespread practice).Manual end-to-end testing is more common due to the need of dealing with external interfaces.


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