Manual Testing

Our self-managed testing professionals can swiftly dig into your project and evaluate every part of your product, including functionality, integrations, performance, usability, and security.
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Creating a bugfree and stable end user experience

If we do not want to encounter such issues, we must complete one round of testing to ensure that the application is bug-free and stable and that we give a quality product to the client, since if the program is bug free, the end-user will find it easier to use.
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Black Box Testing

Black Box tests the functions of software applications without knowing the internal code structure, implementation details, or internal routes. Black Box Testing is based on software requirements and specifications and focuses mostly on the input and output of software applications.

White Box Testing

White Box Testing verifies input-output flow and improves design, usability, and security by testing the internal structure, design, and coding of software. The code is visible to testers and leads to a through analysis of the software.

System Testing

System testing validates a fully integrated software product. A system test is used to examine the end-to-end system requirements. Typically, the software is just one component of a broader computer-based system. Finally, the program is linked to other software/hardware systems.

Integration Testing

Integration testing evaluates software modules that are conceptually integrated and tested as a group. A typical software project is composed of many software modules written by various programmers. The goal of this level of testing is to identify flaws in how various software components interact when they are combined.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What is Software Testing?

    Software testing is a procedure that determines the accuracy, completeness, and quality of generated software. It consists of a set of actions carried out to detect software flaws so that they may be fixed before the product is delivered to the market.

    2. What is the difference between quality control and quality assurance?

    Quality control is the process of executing a program to see if it has any flaws and to ensure that the software fulfills all of the stakeholders’ expectations. Quality assurance is a process-oriented strategy that focuses on ensuring that the methodologies, techniques, and procedures used to produce high-quality deliverables are appropriately implemented.

    3. In manual testing, what is a testbed?

    The testbed is a testing environment. It is a testing environment that includes both the hardware and any software required to run the program being tested. It consists of hardware, software, network setup, a test application, and other software.


    4. What exactly is API testing?

    API testing is a sort of software testing in which application programming interfaces (APIs) are checked to see if they fulfill expectations for functionality, stability, performance, and security. API testing is meant to discover defects, inconsistencies, or departures from an API’s anticipated behavior.