Unit Testing vs Integration Testing

MSys Marketing May 04

Usually the testing cycle across the product cycle is divided into modules. When the developer builds the product and tests it for its functionality, it is called Unit testing. Integration testing is carried out when all modules are finally being integrated- to test the issues arising when the different modules interact with each other. Let’s look at the differences between the two.


Unit testing and integration testing are both a part of the software testing life cycle. The two share a common objective — detecting software defects as early on as possible. To know how you can implement these testing types in your QA teams for maximizing your RoI, reach out to our certified testing engineers.

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