QA and testing
Our testing process
In manual tests, cases are tested by humans. The key concept of manual testing is to ensure that the product is error free and works according to specific functional requirements.
In automated testing, the software is tested using automatic testing tools. These tests are recommended for long-term projects. Test automation software enters test data into the tested system and compares expected and actual results. The results are generated in detailed test reports.
API testing includes testing by application layer to determine whether it meets the functionality and reliability requirements. API testing can be used to build tests after designing the logic to check the correctness of responses and data.
Load testing should be planned for each system for which a heavy load is expected.
Quality control is the process by which our clients' software is evaluated against established standards and specifications to ensure that the developed product meets these standards.
Certifications Certified quality gives the highest value
- MCSD Microsoft Solutions Developer 70-487, 70-486
- Web Applications
- MCTP 70-480 Microsoft Specialist
- MCTP 70-40 Microsoft Certified Technology Professional
- MTA Microsoft Technology Associate
- MCSE Microsoft Solution Expert
- Business Intelligence
- MCSA 70-446 Microsoft Solution Associate
- MTA Microsoft Technology Associate
- Performance Tuning and Optimizing SQL Databases 2017
- REQB Requirements Engineering Qualification Board
- Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering
- REQB Foundation Level
- Prince2 Foundation
- ITIL Foundation
- ISTQB Certified Tester
- ISTQB Foundation Level
Professionalism and experience Quality is remembered much longer than price
Developing applications for phone quality tests
In the matter such as creating applications for the phone, tests are an indispensable part of the process of creating any computer, internet or mobile software. Testing allows to make a quality assessment of a given project, by detecting and describing errors that appear in it. The basic goals of this process include:
- - verification of the quality of a given project
- - finding and accurately characterizing bugs in such a way that a programmer can locate and fix them as quickly as possible
Testing of web applications requires collecting adequate amount of data about the software under test. Testing at later stages will be easier and will allow to maintain high quality of the project. So the tester should go through all the collected information very carefully. Among such data are:
- - Specification, i.e. a set of technical requirements that an application should meet
- - Graphic design
- - All possible recommendations and customer expectations
- - Findings regarding what resources developers had when designing the application
It is worth mentioning that in a matter such as software testing after the various stages of verification and correction of errors by the developer, retesting should be performed. The purpose of this activity is to check whether it has been eliminated or perhaps generated another bug. Significantly, these tests can be automated as well as manual.
Manual or automatic software testing - pros and cons of both solutions
The main advantage that web application test automation brings is that it allows you to test your application much faster, without the interference of testers working at a slower pace, relative to automation.
In a matter such as accuracy, although manual tests are subject to the risk of error on the part of the tester, they can prove to be more accurate than automated ones. This is because the scripts that enable automatic testing of mobile apps, work exactly as they were designed to. This means, therefore, that they can miss errors that are not specified within the script and would be detected through manual testing.
As for the issue that is bug reporting, testing a web or mobile application manually makes it easy to assess whether it is an easy and pleasant program to use. Automated software testing, on the other hand, does not involve human skills, as a result of which a given program may not be very user-friendly.
Manual application testing is useful in the context of usability, exploratory, and ad-hoc testing, while the automated method should be used when conducting performance testing of web applications, load testing, functional testing, and recurring task testing.
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