Quality Assurance is a Systematic Process
In developing products and services, Quality Assurance testing for mobile and website helps keep a check on whether the product or service being developed is meeting the specified requirements and standard of execution. We encourage and enforce the widely recognized understanding that the QA/testing team should get involved early in the life cycle of the product, taking part especially in the requirement reviews process with white box app testing services.
Synsoft Global’s Website and Mobile App Testing Team works with a test-it-to-break-it attitude. A testers attempt to make things go wrong helps in determining if things are happening when they shouldn’t or not happening when they should.
Along with white box app testing services and test servers, Synsoft also maintains an array of latest smartphone devices, tablets, etc, to support real-time, mobile app testing.
Our Testing process includes the following:
1. Functional testing:
It consists of using a product as a typical user would and reporting the bugs found in a clear and concise manner for the programmer to be able to fix them quickly and effectively.
2. Design testing
Design testing consists of comparing the project’s design documents with the end product. Pixel level comparisons are done ensuring pixel perfect outcome!
3. Compatibility testing
Compatibility testing consists of testing the project on a number of platforms to ensure that it behaves as expected in all of today’s popular devices, browsers and operating systems.
4. Test plan design:
Creating test plans is the best way to testing. The tester performs EXACTLY the tests that are needed of him. Once we have a products design documents, our experts will get to work. Test plans are usually built in the initial phase of the development life cycle.
Synsoft carry’s out Black Box App Testing Services, White Box App Testing Services, Incremental Testing, Integrated Testing, Systems Testing, Sanity Testing, Regression Testing, Load Testing and Performance Testing.
Incremental testing involves testing of separate modules individually and is doable only if the product involves modules that can work independently of other modules.
Integration testing involves testing the overall working of an entire application (with all its parts/modules) to conclude if they function well together. The different ‘parts’ could be API’s, code modules, services, multiple front-end applications, client and server applications on a network, etc.
System testing involves testing of a complete application environment. It mimics real-world use. It could include interacting with a database, or interacting with a printer, or other hardware, other applications, or systems, and/or using network communications.
Load testing is especially useful for testing websites, as they are most often exposed to heavy usage. They should be tested with a range of loads to determine the point at which the system’s response time degrades or begins to fail.
Other more in-depth procedures that we do include, Recovery Testing, Fail-over Testing, Security Testing, Context-driven Testing.