Testing & Quality Assurance Services
Testing, Quality Assurance and Quality Control at CoderGlobe
Quality assurance is process oriented. It is all about preventing defects by ensuring the processes used to manage and create deliverables works. Not only does it work, but is consistently followed by the team. Moreover, QA is about engineering processes that assure quality is achieved in an effective and efficient way. For instance, if a defect is found and fixed, there is no guaranteeing it won’t pop back up. The role of QA is to identify the process that allowed the error to occur and re-engineer the system so that these defects won’t appear for the second time. The QA process verifies that the product will continue to function as the customer expects.
There are various types of Testings, We are using best type of testing
A/B testing involves comparing two (or more) different UI options and finding which one is best for a user. “Best” may be defined in many ways, e.g. the button layout that generates the most interactions, the wording that engages a user’s interest best, etc. The key to good A/B testing is to have good instrumentation of your application. This will allow you to record and analyze user interactions properly.
Ad Hoc Testing
Ad hoc testing is unplanned, random testing that tries to break your application. Sometimes, ad hoc testing is referred to as “monkey testing” since it is likened to monkeys randomly pressing buttons. However, this is unfair. While ad hoc testing is unplanned, it is focussed. A skilled ad hoc tester will know how to trip systems up and will try all these tricks to cause the system to fail.
Automated testing describes any form of testing where a computer runs the tests rather than a human. Typically, this means automated UI testing. The aim is to get the computer to replicate the test steps that a human tester would perform.
Beta testing is a common form of acceptance testing. It involves releasing a version of your software to a limited number of real users. They are free to use the software as they wish and are encouraged to give feedback. The software and backend are usually instrumented to allow you to see which features are being used and to record crash reports, etc. if there are any bugs.
End-to-End testing involves testing the complete set of user flows to ensure that your software behaves as intended. The aim is to test the software from the perspective of a user. Typically, these tests should start from installing the software from scratch on a clean system and should include registering a new user, etc.
Load testing is a form of Performance testing. In load testing, you are evaluating how your backend behaves when it is subjected to high load. The aim is not to break the system, rather you want to check how the performance changes as the load increases towards the highest load you expect. This allows you to ensure your backend systems are able to scale to cope with this load. If you sustain this high load for a long period, you are doing endurance testing.
This form of testing involves a human performing all the test steps, recording the outcome, and analyzing the results. Manual testing can be quite challenging because it often involves repeating the same set of steps many times. It is essential to always perform each Test step correctly to ensure consistency between different rounds of testing.
UI testing involves checking that all elements of your application UI are working. This can include testing all user journeys and application flows, checking the actual UI elements, and ensuring the overall UX works. For many applications, UI testing is vital. Typically, when people talk about automated testing, they mean automated UI testing.
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