An Acceptance Test stems from the Acceptance Criteria and verifies whether a feature is functional.
The test has only two results: pass or fail. Often, acceptance tests are automated so they can be performed on all versions of software. Acceptance criteria usually include one or more acceptance tests.
The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the system's compliance with the business requirements and verify if it has met the required criteria for delivery to end users.
00:00 - What is Acceptance Testing?
00:11 - Are there tests for User Stories?
00:46 - What is the Acceptance Test?
02:04 - Examples of User Stories and Acceptance Tests
03:37 - Creating Acceptance Test to Verify the Criteria
04:59 - Who writes Acceptance Tests and Acceptance Criteria?
05:50 - Why do I have too many many Acceptance Criteria?
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