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Web Application Testing Services

Ensure that you have a superior quality app. You are making significant risks if you neglect web application testing!

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What is Web Application Testing Services?

It’s a complex and time-consuming process checking your web application to find or prevent possible issues before they are delivered to the end user in production environment. There are all types of testing to be done, including functional, usability, UI, compatibility, performance, and security.

You can’t check everything on your own. The lack of experience can only aggravate the testing process. That is why we can help you to ensure maximum complete testing of the product, taking into account all kinds of testing.

You need Web App Testing when

Developers responsibile for testing

Users report dozens of bugs

Your Web App is slow

Your Project grows

You want a stable and safe product

The typical process for Application Testing

1

Familiarization with app & requirements

2

Test plan and test strategy design

3

Test cases design in accordance with requirements

4

Perform initial test pass

5

Log bugs into Bug Tracking System

6

Communicate with dev and product team for fast problem solving and improving the app

7

Execute regression testing on release candidate before pushing to production

8

Perform smoke testing on production environment after release

9

Implement automated tests to increase the speed of regression testing

Results

We use essential QA methods to ensure that your product meets any specified requirements. One of these methods is web-based application testing. No matter how good the web application testing services you are using are, or how great your app testing company is, it’s impossible to detect every bug. Even Google’s apps have bugs. But it is possible to significantly enhance your application using DeviQA’s services. Our more than 10 years of experience and cost-effective solutions allow us to find bottlenecks easily.

High-quality product

A stable Web application that meets requirements

Awareness of any bottlenecks

Clear vision on the quality of your product

Cross-browser / platform testing

Tested on various browsers as well as platforms

Ready for load

Your product is ready to withstand a heavy load of users

Automated testing

Automated tests constantly monitor the state of the application

Happy client and money saved

Positive reviews from your customers

The benefits of choosing DeviQA for Web App Testing

We don’t just find bugs — we isolate problems

Clear and complete bug reports

Screenshot and video attachments to bug reports

Close communication with developers

Test management tools

Expertise with more than 30 bug tracking systems

Modeling tools for complex logic

Best practices in software QA

All types of test documentation

500,000+
bugs reported
2M+
test cases designed
10+
years of experience
100+
web tests engineers
1M+
hours spent
300+
projects tested

We Provide

1

Functional Testing

Checking all the links of the web pages, form/cookie testing, and database connection

2

Usability Testing

Usability goes beyond functionality testing and combines testing for functionality as well as the overall user experience

3

User Interface Testing

Testing performed by interacting with the software via the graphical user interface

4

Compatibility Testing

Ensuring your application is compatible with all popular browsers and screen resolutions

5

Performance Testing

Testing to gauge the performance of a software product to verify the server response time and throughput under various load conditions

6

Security testing

Makes sure that your application is protected against unauthorized access and harmful actions through viruses or other malicious software

7

Database Testing

A database is a critical component of your web application and it must be stressed to test it thoroughly

8

Automation Testing

Automated testing is a software testing method designed to test and compare the actual results with the expected results. Helps speed up product testing time

Frameworks, Tools and Solutions

Testrail

BrowserStack

Postman

SoapUI

Zephyr

BugZilla

JIRA

Remember, you will never have a bug-free application, but you can have a high-quality product.

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Featured Cases

Biznessapps

Mobile & Web testing, Test Documentation design, DevOps, Customer Support, Test Documentation design, etc

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CipherHealth

API testing, Web and Mobile automated testing, Code Review, Test Plan and Test Strategy design, etc

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SoftNAS

Performance testing, Responsibility for Quality, Automated testing, DevOps, API testing, Code review, etc

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Solebit (MimeCast)

Low-level automated testing, DevOps, Performance testing, QA Process & Test Strategy design, Responsibility for Quality

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Sprinklr

Automation Testing for Web, QA Audit, Manual Testing, Test Documentation design, DevOps, Responsibility for Quality

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Popular Questions

When should testing be stopped?

We don't have strong requirements on this. It depends on the risks for the system being tested. But some criteria do exist, including:

1.

No further development

2.

Deadlines

3.

Test cases completed

4.

Lack of finance

What is beta testing?

This is the last stage of testing. Testing performed by potential customers, volunteers, or the intended audience at their own locations and environments.

In which order should tests be run?

Based on priorities. Usually, the most important cases are run first.

What tools do you use to test cross-browsing?

To test cross-browsing, we usually use virtual machines with different combinations of operating systems and browsers as well as cloud services that provide different scopes of browsers like:

1.

SauceLabs

2.

Browserstack

3.

Testing bot

Is test documentation necessary for the project?

We strongly recommend it. Using at least a checklist or test cases on the project will benefit you in the following ways:

1.

Each test run will be documented and you will see what was tested and the results

2.

You can identify test metrics for your product

3.

Analyze the performance of your team

4.

The defined scope of testing

5.

Speed up onboarding process for new QA Team members

Do you have any examples of the test documentation?

Sure. We are more than happy to provide the following examples of test documentation:

1.

Test Plan

2.

Test Design

3.

Checklist

4.

Test Cases

5.

Traceability Matrix

6.

Bug report

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