Manual UI testing is optimal and sufficient in cases where an indefinitely large number of testing sessions is not planned. Manual testing involves a tester executing test cases and verifying that the software meets all the directives.
Manual testing is often used to test the software's user interface (UI). Our team of experienced testers can perform manual testing to ensure your software runs smoothly.
Automated testing is well-suited when the number of future testing sessions is determined to be prominent over an indefinitely long period. It uses software tools to execute test cases automatically and is often faster and more efficient than manual testing.
We usually recommend e2e testing using Jest, Playwright, etc., and unit-testing, sometimes TDD, sometimes not. We also connect automated tests to the CI/CD pipeline to ensure the software is tested continuously throughout development.
Performance testing ensures the software performs well under different conditions and loads. It refers to testing the software's response time, scalability, and stability under other loads and stress levels. We use various tools and approaches to execute performance testing and ensure that your product operates at high parameters.
Security testing is crucial to ensure the software is secure and protected against threats and attacks. Security testing involves identifying and testing potential vulnerabilities in the software and ensuring that it meets all the necessary security procedures. We use tools and approaches, such as penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, and risk assessment, to deliver solid and secure software.
Compatibility testing ensures the software works well on various platforms, devices, and operating systems. It implies testing the software on multiple platforms and ensuring it meets all the necessary compatibility criteria. Our team tests your application on various platforms, including Windows, Linux, and OS X, to verify that it performs consistently regardless of platform.
We also make sure that accessibility tests are performed so everyone can use the software, regardless of any disability they may have. Our developers analyze the software's usability and accessibility features, including font size, color contrast, keyboard navigation, screen readers, and other assistive technologies.
They also check the software's compliance with accessibility standards such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Our developers perform usability testing to ensure the software's user interface and user experience meet all the requirements. By analyzing the software's design, layout, and navigation, they make sure that the software's functionality is intuitive and easy to use, even for users who are not tech-savvy.
Test Planning and Strategy Development
The test plan outlines the testing requirements and details of the test cases, their expected results, and the tools and environments required to execute them. Combining test cases into test suites allows us to test multiple scenarios simultaneously, saving time and ensuring thorough testing.
In addition to designing the test plan, we define a list of testing types and tools most suitable for your product. We analyze the software's technical requirements and architecture to determine the appropriate testing tools and methodologies.
You are provided with regular updates on the testing progress. Our developers also constantly collaborate with your team to address any issues during the testing process.