Like in any other Industry, Software development too has its own associated risks, which may result in the application not responding the way it is intended to be, which may cause bad user experience and hence loss in business. To eliminate these risks, the QA process gives a helping hand. By establishing the right standards and procedures and ensuring they are followed throughout the software testing lifecycle, the risk is brought to a minimal level.
At MobiappsQA, our Engineers make sure they understand the purpose of the application well and get to know about the end-users (target audience) and then derive the best testing plan to move forward. This way we will fill in a misunderstandings and and assumptions which might prove costly when found later. Moreover, our team members will be in constant touch with the developers or the stake holders to sort out any issues or clarifications as early as possible to keep the whole process running smoothly.
To know more about QA services offerings please check below:
a. Functional Testing
Every slice of functionality in the website should be tested to make sure the whole system is working as expected. At Mobiappsqa, we make sure that we travel each and every available paths in the application and confirm that all the functionalities are intact before release. To achieve this we take the following two aspects of the Functional Testing:
Ensuring your web development app actually 'does what it was designed to do' is a top priority. Backed-up with years of functional testing experience and expertise, our Web Testers will perform an incredibly thorough test leaving 'no stone un-turned', ensuring all functional components of the web development are functioning at 100%.
b. Performance Testing
Performance testing helps establish the benchmark behaviour of the system. The speed and stability of an application is determined by running a performance testing on the app. As most of the issues related to performance are centered around speed, response time, load time and poor scalability, our team will help you in resolving these issues and make the application stable before release by making sure industry-defined benchmarks are met.
Types of Performance Testing:
c. Compatibility Testing
Your application must also look and behave the same way on a wide range of web environments. Our team members will run the application on various environments including OS versions, popular browsers and devices to make the final product could be user by the end users in any device they may have.
d. Usability Testing
The ease of use of the application is critical in defining the success of the product in the heavily competitive market place. Users always have choices to decide if they are not happy in using an application. Keeping this in mind our team will check, identify any issues also suggest any changes to be made to the application to make it better in terms of navigation, usability etc, at an earlier stage, so users would have a great experience using your application.
e. Tools we are familiar with
General Testing tools:
Project Management/Bug tracking tools: HP Quality Center (QC), Basecamp, Bugzilla, Jira, Pivotal tracker, Mantis, TestLodge, Trello, Asana, TestRail, Github etc.
General Tools: Microsoft Office, Google docs, Dropbox,
Mobile testing tools:
Xcode to extract log files from iOS devices, Android Studio to simulate and extract log files from Android device.
Web and Mobile Analytics tools: Mixpanel, Insights, Google Analytics, Fabric
A/B testing: Mixpanel, Apptimize