Manual testing is a service performed by our QA specialists in order to identify errors, flaws and defects in software.
1. Studying the customer's business requirements. QA must clearly understand how the application should work.
2. Writing a test plan and filling out a checklist. These are specific documents used by the engineer to describe the test strategy and list the items to be checked during the test.
3. Writing test cases, namely, a detailed description of test scenarios that will be performed by QA. Test cases help to test all possible scenarios and behavior of the software for compliance with the requirements.
4. Testing process based on written test cases.
5. Documentation of the obtained results. This step is necessary in order to get clear results of how well the program works and what problems have been detected, and to monitor progress.
Functional testing - verification that the program meets the specified functional requirements.
Regression testing - checking that recent software changes or updates do not affect existing functionality.
User acceptance testing - checking that the functionality meets the specified requirements and expectations of the user.
Performance testing is the assessment of software performance and scalability under various load conditions to identify bottlenecks and optimize performance.
Security testing is a software security assessment to identify data protection vulnerabilities.
API testing involves confirming the functionality, reliability and performance of software interfaces to ensure their integration with other systems.
Localization and internationalization testing is the verification that software applications meet the requirements for different languages and regional settings.
Usability testing - evaluates the usability of a software application to ensure a positive user experience.
Recovery and stability testing - assessment of the software's ability to recover from errors, failures or system interruptions.
User interface (UI) testing is a test of how the interface looks visually.
Documentation review - evaluates the accuracy, clarity, and completeness of the user manuals that accompany the software.
Load and stress testing - evaluating software under high user volume and stressful conditions to identify performance bottlenecks.