Once development on your no-code/Intelastel application is near completion, you will need to perform a cycle of user acceptance testing for your product, before you can release it to your end user base.
The best way to approach this is with a testing plan.
There are many approaches to creating a testing plan, but any good plan should always address the following:
Any third party you bring in for testing must have signed an Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). These users should only have access to a testing environment which does not hold any sensitive or personal information
Do not expose any sensitive or personal information without permission from the owner of said data
“As a User I want to be able to…”
“As a User am I able to…?”
E.g. A non-admin user attempts to access the configuration; a non-admin user tries to edit records that they should have read-only access to
Scenarios that are unlikely to affect many users or occur infrequently – For example, can records be created for the 29th February only in leap years?
This guide is intended as advice only, seek legal advice where necessary for the treatment of your confidential data
This tutorial is available to download as a handy guide: No-Code UAT Guide.pdf