What is User Acceptance Testing?

What is UAT?

UAT is one of the final and most critical procedures that ensure the developed software is ready to be rolled out to the market. In software development, User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is also called application testing and end-user testing. During UAT, users interact with the developed product before its official release to check if any feature contains bugs that have been overlooked…

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