Errors lead to defects at all stages of software development, and the consequences of this can be very different – from minor to catastrophic. Hence, there are different types of testing that QAwerk calls upon to make sure that modifications made to your code do not bring any adverse effects and the product performs as expected. Those various types of QA testing our experts apply at different levels and stages depending on the solution needs to guarantee timely production and delivery of your software. Testing allows you to find and correct defects, thereby reducing the level of risk and improving the quality of the product.
What are software testing methodologies that QAwerk offers?
QAwerk is always up to create an efficient, transparent and tuneable process, that is why we combine the merits of the best practices and methodologies.
There are several basic methods of testing that form part of the software testing mode. These tests are usually considered self-sufficient in the search for errors and bugs throughout the system. QAwerk applies the appropriate testing method depending on the case.
Black-box testing is carried out without any knowledge of the internal operation of the system. The tester stimulates the software for the user environment by providing various inputs and testing the generated outputs.
White-box testing, unlike the black box, takes into account the internal operation and logic of the code. To perform this test, the tester must have knowledge of the code in order to know the exact part of the code that has errors.
Gray-box testing is a cross between the White-Box and Black-Box testing, where the tester has only the general knowledge of the product needed to perform the test. This verification is carried out through documentation and information flow schemes. Testing is carried out by the end user, or users who are presented as end-users.
Software testing techniques at QAwerk
At different stages of the software development lifecycle, our sharp-sighted experts apply various testing techniques to find particular types of defects, either in coding or design logic.
What are test execution techniques at QAwerk?
QA testing process can be performed in two ways, manually or by means of automation tools. QAwerk teams bring into use both to perform the actual test execution and to estimate application performance and behavior.
These are about a tedious and time-consuming type of testing in which test case execution is performed manually by humans. Manual testing process takes much time and is considered to be the simplest type of testing that does not require a large amount of additional knowledge. However, before automation testing techniques are cut-in, you must first run a series of tests manually. Manual testing requires considerable effort, but without it, we cannot be sure whether automation is possible.
It is a rapid type of testing in which automated test case execution is performed using different automation tools. QAwerk furnishes with software test automation services in order to nourish the need for frequent re-runs of tests, the value of automation to simplify project maintenance and reduce its cost is difficult to overestimate. After all, even minor patches and code changes can cause new bugs.
What types of manual and automation testing do we perform?
We, as testers with a long and proven track record in the delivery of software test automation services, and those who have come across a kaleidoscope of testing types during manual testing process, are aware of the various types of software testing that can be executed by our experts both manually as well using an automation tool.
Given below are the lists of some common types of Software Testing performed at QAwerk:
Functional testing confirms that each function of the software application operates in accordance with the requirements of the specification. Functional testing shows what the system does. The purpose of these tests is to check whether the system is functionally perfect.
Non-functional test types are associated with non-functional requirements. Non-functional testing helps assess system availability according to various criteria that are not covered by functional testing. Unlike functional testing, it shows how well the system works:
Structure testing verifies the implementation of a program or code by testing the structure of a software system or its components. The tester concentrates on software performance during structural tests. It can be used at all levels of testing.
Structure testing methods:
Statement Coverage verifies that each statement in the program is executed at least once during program testing.
Path Coverage is designed to meet the criteria for the coverage of each logical path through the program.
Branch Coverage checks if each branch condition for a program has true or false values.
Condition Coverage is similar to Branch Coverage. The main difference is to check the condition of coverage for conditional and non-conditional branches.
Change Related Testing is provided for correction of previously corrected mistakes and elimination of the errors that may be inadvertently displayed in the new version. In accordance with these objectives, there are two subtypes of change related testing: confirmation testing (retesting) and regression testing.
Types of tests we execute to make your product savory and tempting
Software QA and testing is like a “secret sauce”, a magic ingredient that makes your end users invoke wonder and take the pleasure from the interaction with your product.
What is functional testing
Functional qa and testing considers the predetermined app’s behavior and is based on the analysis of the specifications of the functionality of the component or the system as a whole.
What is usability testing
We employ this testing method to take through its paces such objectives as efficiency, accuracy, recall, emotional response. Usability testing services warrant your solution delivers an unmatched user experience.
Integration means combining. System integration testing is designed to combine different software modules and test them as a group to check the data flow from one module to other modules.
What is acceptance testing
Acceptance testing is also known as beta testing and is a formal testing process that checks the compliance of the system with the requirements and is conducted with the aim of 1. determining whether the system meets the acceptance criteria; 2. the decision of the customer whether the application is accepted or not.
What is software system testing
Software System Testing is performed on a complete, integrated system. At this stage, the overall interaction of components and the system compliance as per the requirements are checked. It involves load, performance, reliability and security testing.
What is performance testing
Software Performance Testing is employed to check whether the system meets the performance requirements. Different performance and load tools are used to do this testing.
What is software compatibility testing
Software Compatibility testing means no discrepancy, your software product will demonstrate a smooth, without a hitch work across all configurations with the software compatibility testing by QAwerk
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