We conduct tests to ensure the highest level of quality by examining each component of your program.
Native and cross-platform mobile applications are tested for mobile use. QA engineers check the User Interface, the code’s logic, and the device compatibility.
Web apps and other web-related technologies are covered by this form of testing. QA engineers examine the User Interface, responsive design, and devices with different screens.
Backend testing is carried out by QA engineers to examine a database or backend. Backend testing also includes verifying the functionality of third-party services and business processes.
To get rid of potential faults and problems, our experts create a software testing plan specific to your project.
Functional testing enables us to examine a certain section of the program while keeping the overall application in mind. This testing makes the technology performs as users would anticipate. To put it another way, we test a product’s business logic to ensure that all of the functional goals are achieved and the app or website works as intended.
Usability, efficiency, and user interface assessment are all included. This kind of testing is done to see how effectively the product being developed conforms with design specifications, how usable it is in comparison to rival products, and how many people can engage with the product at once.
Usually, unit testing is used for little pieces of code that represent discrete functions. Making ensuring that the code units are appropriate for usage is the primary responsibility of this form of testing. Integration testing aims to show how different software parts interact with one another. For instance, it might demonstrate whether or not the payment mechanism was properly incorporated into the product.
It compares the proposed design’s accessibility to other similar apps or websites’ designs. Consequently, the major goal of this testing is to identify the usability flaws in the system. To verify a product’s usability, our QA engineers compare it to that of the top rivals in the specific category to which the app or website belongs.
To determine how many people may interact with the system at once, load testing is carried out. It indicates the maximum number of users that the app or website can support. A variety of tests are used in performance testing to examine how the product acts and functions. These tests are intended to evaluate a variety of factors, including speed, stability, and dependability.
The software testing is divided into several stages to build an efficient testing workflow and comply with high-quality standards.
QA engineers review project specifications to discover and correct any logical errors. This revision enables us to save our clients the additional costs associated with requirements modifications made during the development process. The whole development team then decides which functionality will be added during the subsequent sprint.
This stage takes around ~10% of the entire time.
Creating a test specification and specifying the software testing goals are part of this phase. Simply put, QA engineers create plans for what to test and how to test it. Additionally, they provide the standards by which software is judged to be prepared for the subsequent development stage or sprint.
This stage takes around ~10% of the entire time.
Engineers in quality assurance (QA) go to work and begin evaluating the functionality that was added throughout each sprint. This stage’s primary responsibility is to identify flaws, document them for developers, and then edit the code once more after corrections have been made. QA engineers, therefore, ensure that all project criteria are appropriately addressed.
This stage takes around ~60% of the entire time.
Regression testing, which means a thorough investigation, is done to make sure that new modifications don’t damage any of the functionality of the system. When it comes to “load” testing, its goal is to ascertain how the program operates in typical circumstances. Smoke testing is done to ensure that the product’s most crucial features operate as intended.
This stage takes around ~20% of the entire time.
To speed up testing procedures and improve overall quality, we employ automation scripts.
It automates API testing and enables us to verify a significant amount of backend functionality that is used to connect all platforms for the product.
To test and verify different UI layouts, these tests are built to mimic the behavior of product users.
To test software even more thoroughly and productively, our engineers employ many specialized technologies.
Learn more about our Quality Assurance workflow.
When you use testing as a service, you’re outsourcing your software testing needs. It implies that the usability, quality, and bug-finding of your product will be handled by independent contractors.
We do seven different kinds of software testing:
Even the most skilled software engineers are only humans. They could overlook a defect or neglect to do some tests. To ensure that the product is free of flaws, that it satisfies all specifications, that it can handle heavy loads, and other factors, you need QA services. When software has undergone testing, you feel comfortable using it.
They are popular and excellent. Although manual testing is effective for all sizes of software, it is preferable to automate the testing process when working with large-scale projects that have strict quality requirements.
Essential. Software testing assists in pointing out mistakes made during development, finding bugs, ensuring the product functions as intended, and many other tasks. In essence, no software should pass QA testing before being released to a production server or app store.
QA tests are divided into two parts: manual and automated. Manual testing works for the following tests:
Automated tests include: