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QA Testing

QA testing (QA – Quality Assurance) ensures that a programming product meets
certain quality standards. It is a very important phase in IT product development,
introduction, and support.

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Software QA Testing
When conducting QA Testing, we analyze the robustness of the applications being developed, and the performance of the system in accordance with the requirements specification.
QA testing reveals potential bugs, errors, and noncompliances with the requirements specification, and eliminates them. QA testing makes sure the application will remain stable and of high quality throughout its full life cycle.
Tasks Tackled by QA Testing

The main goal of QA Testing is to check the robustness of a software solution and its compliance with the requirements stated in the requirements specification. Realization of QA testing involves accomplishment of several major activities:

  • While running standard use case scenarios, to intentionally introduce a maximally possible number of critical situations that could affect the functioning of the application.
  • To track the execution of various intra-system processes under normal and critical (i.e., being hampered by various negative factors) conditions.
  • To analyze the performance of the application under various conditions and compare the obtained results with the measures stated in the requirements specification.
Software Testing Services
Capability Testing

Capability testing assesses the level of realization of functional requirements for the software product being developed and discovers the major problems related to the operation of the software product.

Performance Testing

Performance testing measures response times and system performance under varying conditions, including the system's ability to handle a large number of visitors to the web service.

Usability Testing

Usability testing evaluates the level of user-friendliness of the software product interface from the point of view of a regular user.

Cross-Browser Testing

Cross-browser testing ensures that the software product can operate across various web browsers, and finds and eliminates interface errors.

Installation Testing

Installation testing verifies the quality of the software product's installation, setting up, updating, and removal processes.

Checking the Version for Mobile Devices

Mobile devices testing measures the software's performance on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.

Test Automation

Test automation refers to the development or adaptation of dedicated software tools that will run pre-defined test cases on your software in automatic mode.

Regression Testing

Regression testing reveals regression bugs. Regression is a bug that was introduced to the software after the proper testing and subsequent fixing of bugs.

Types of Software Testing Any software product can be tested either manually or automatically
Manual Testing

Manual testing is typically used to check an end user's capabilities with respect to the software product. It is performed without the use of any special testing tools; the tester simply takes over the role of a regular end user. Manual testing is particularly critical for large projects and multi-user systems.

  • Testrail
  • Jira
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Automated Testing

Automated testing uses dedicated software tools and/or scripts written by the tester to check the performance of the software product and find errors in the software extensions that are being added.

  • Maven
  • JMeter
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