Ad Hoc testing is performed when a deadline is a limited and insufficient time to undertake exhaustive testing. In this testing technique, no documentation, no test design, or no test case is required.
Monkey testing depends on the tester’s ability to test the system without any predestined techniques. It has a haphazard approach where a tester gives input and examines the corresponding output.
Once the unit testing has been achieved, a developer, tester, and maybe one or two more individuals brainstorm and share their expertise, which empowers them to look into the system with a more comprehensive perspective. They ‘buddy’ and work collectively on creating accurate test cases to limit unmissed errors.
Pair Testing is limited to just two people and has the same goal as Buddy Testing. According to their expertise and experience, the testers work unitedly to analyze the system for defects.
Ad Hoc is one testing technique that promises to cater to and serve a tester’s creativity to the maximum. With the help of Ad-hoc testing, we help companies check for the completeness of testing and determine major bugs than planned testing.