Our unit testing experts help you focus on testing individual units or components of the software in isolation. Tests are written and executed to ensure that each part of the code works as intended while catching bugs and issues early in the development process.
Our Integration testing experts help you focuse on testing the interactions and interfaces between different components/modules. This helps to ensure that the integrated components work together seamlessly and correctly.
Our functional testing experts help your team validate that the software’s functionality meets the specified requirements. It involves testing each feature and functionality to ensure they work as expected.
Our regression testing experts help you re-run previously executed tests after changes are made to the code to ensure that new changes do not introduce new defects. Regression testing prevents regression bugs (a type of software bug where a feature that worked previously stops working) from slipping into the software.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
Our UA testing involves end-users testing the software to ensure that it meets their needs and requirements. This type of test validates that the software is usable, intuitive, and aligns with user expectations.
Our performance testing experts help you evaluate the software’s performance under different conditions to ensure it meets performance requirements. This test includes load testing (assessing performance under expected load), stress testing (assessing performance under extreme load), and scalability testing (measuring the system’s ability to scale with increasing load).
Our security testing experts help you identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the software’s security mechanisms. This may includes penetration testing (attempting to exploit vulnerabilities) and vulnerability scanning (systematically scanning for vulnerabilities), amongst others.
Our usability testing experts help you assess the user interface and overall user experience to ensure that the software is intuitive and user-friendly. This test involves real users interacting with the software to provide feedback.
Our compatibility testing experts help you ensure that the software functions correctly across different devices, browsers, and operating systems. This test validates that the software is compatible with various configurations.
Our automated testing experts help you writing scripts to automate the execution of test cases, which increases testing efficiency, speed, and consistency.
Our exploratory testing testers help you explore the software without predefined test cases. This test aims to discover defects that might not be caught by scripted tests.
Our continuous testing experts help you integrate testing into the continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipeline. Continuous testing ensures that tests are run automatically whenever new code is introduced.
What is the difference between quality assurance and testing?
Quality assurance (QA) and testing are related concepts in software development that focus on ensuring the quality of the software product, but they have distinct roles and purposes within the development process.
Below is a breakdown of the key differences between quality assurance and testing:
In summary, quality assurance focuses on preventing defects by establishing processes and standards, while testing involves executing tests to identify defects in the software. Both QA and testing are essential components of a comprehensive quality management strategy in software development.
We help you systematically evaluate the software application or system we are working on to identify defects, errors, and discrepancies between expected and actual behavior. As you can see, testing is crucial to ensuring that the software functions as intended, meets user requirements, and is of high quality and involves executing various test cases under different conditions to validate the software’s functionality, performance, security, and other attributes. We can help you determine which tests are best for your project.