Software testing is the process of evaluating and verifying that a software package or application does what it’s supposed to do.
The benefits of testing include preventing bugs, reducing development costs, and improving performance.
Even an easy application is often subject to an outsized number and sort of tests. A test management plan helps to prioritize which sorts of testing provide the foremost value – given available time and resources.
Testing effectiveness is optimized by running the fewest number of tests to seek out the most important number of defects.
1) Performance Testing
We evaluate how systems perform and identify bottlenecks through performance, load, and stress testing.
Types of Tests:
Load testing – checks the application’s ability to perform under anticipated user loads.
Stress testing – involves testing an application under extreme workloads to see how it handles high traffic or data processing.
The objective is to identify the breaking point of an application.
Endurance testing – is done to make sure the software can handle the expected load over a long period of time.
Spike testing – tests the software’s reaction to sudden large spikes in the load generated by users.
Scalability tests – to evaluate the system’s ability to grow.
2) Test Automation
We implement solutions for test automation in order to achieve higher efficiency in the continuous release of new versions.
Automated Testing Process:
Following steps are followed in an Automation Process
Step 1) Test Tool Selection
Step 2) Define the scope of Automation
Step 3) Planning, Design, and Development
Step 4) Test Execution
Step 5) Maintenance
Achieve Better Quality
Get More QA Coverage
Save Time and Release Faster
3) Security Testing
We evaluate security to look for any vulnerabilities in order to avoid potential cyber-attacks threatening the integrity and security of the system.
We identify the threats in the system and measure its potential vulnerabilities, so the threats can be encountered and the system does not stop functioning or cannot be exploited.
It also helps in detecting all possible security risks in the system and helps developers to fix the problems through coding.
Types of tests:
3) Coding and Unit Testing
4) Integration Testing
5) System Testing
4) Application Testing
We identify problems in the software to reduce implementation risks and improve user satisfaction.
1) Web Application Testing
It is done on the applications running on the browsers to check for potential defects before it moves to the production environment or before it becomes accessible to end-users.
2) Desktop Application Testing
It is done on the applications running on the desktop operating systems to examine the quality and performance of the application on the desktop, laptop, etc.
3) Mobile Application Testing
It is done on the application running or developed for handheld devices like smartphones or tablets to examine the quality of an application before it is released into the google play store or app store.