Manual Testing

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Experienced testers envision test scenarios and articulate test cases accordingly, helping make optimal use of both manual and automation processes.

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Types of testing

Black Box Testing

Methodically testing the functionality of the application or software product without taking into consideration the build, design or implementation. Benefit at every level of the software testing process through black-box testing.

White Box Testing

Test the internal build and working of the software system to have a strong foundation in the testing as well as the live environment. White-Box testing also referred to as Clear Box Testing, Open Box Testing, Glass Box Testing, Code Based Testing or Structural Testing can be enabled at different stages of the testing process.

Unit Testing

Verify every unit of the software system such as units of source code, set of programs, usage or operating procedures, to ensure it is ready for use.

System Testing

Review the functionalities of the software system or app through an end-user perspective ensuring compliance against established requirements.

Integration Testing

Gauge the combined or integrated performance of the different units of the software to identify faults challenging seamless integration and functioning.

Acceptance Testing

Assess and evaluate the software product or system against the requirements and its feasibility for delivery.

Grey Box Testing

Utilize the combined capabilities of black-box testing and white-box testing to identify defects in the structure or inefficient use of applications.

API Testing

Get a definitive view on application platform integration and their sync up with the software in terms of functionality, reliability, performance, and security.

Database Testing

Check the integrity and consistency of data in the database as well as its responsiveness to test queries in relation to load or stress.

Performance Testing

Testing to evaluate a software application or product for its ability to handle varying requirements in terms of load, stress, endurance, scalability, and stability in the event of unexpected variations in the factors mentioned above.

Mobile App Testing

Ensure your mobile app is production-ready, testing it against factors such as functionality, usability, and consistency.

Device Testing

Establish the quality of hardware or software on a device before releasing it for end-users.

Security Testing

Assess the security of hardware and software, networks, and related IT environments to identify vulnerabilities. Design and implement risk mitigation strategies to avert attacks or breaches.

Skilled manual testers can ably script your automation journey.

Testing Maturity Continuum

  • Ad-hoc: This stage of testing is dotted by disparate tools, standalone systems, non-standard technologies, and processes. Each is working in a silo following non-standardized testing procedures and protocols, distinct to their department or domain resulting below quality, non-repeatable results.
  • Standardized: This stage envisages a conducive testing environment creating sync and ensuring standardization across processes, infrastructure, tools, and practices.
  • Agile Optimized: Optimize and implement planned and curated testing efforts to drive sustained quality results in an agile driven software development lifecycle.
  • Next-Gen Testing: Maturity in the testing process, ensuring continuous integration, delivery and deployment (CI/CD) see a complete integration of tools, technologies, processes, and practices for the best-suited testing scenarios across Blockchain, IoT, AI/ML.
  • Testing as a Service: On-demand assessment and implementation of testing as a service, ensures the client is well aware and in control of the set process, timelines, costs, and direction. The client also benefits from the expertise, shared infrastructure, and industry trending latest tools offered by the provider.

Manual Testing Tools

  • Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Selenium
  • QTP
  • Jmeter
  • Loadrunner
  • TFS
  • Testrail
  • Testlink
  • QTP
  • ALM
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