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Software Testing Metrics- The Significance Of Measuring QA

June 10 2020, 05:58am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

A software metric is a measure that lets getting a quantitative value of software specifications. The goal of assessing the software quality is to practice the conventional results for forecasting the financial plan and schedule, estimating prices, testing and QA, restoring, etc. But, the central objective is to measure quality. Tracing key metrics of the QA process helps classify where your team’s time and resources are being cast-off unproductively and optimize accordingly.  Let's have a look at certain important QA metrics that can be practiced to measure the process of software development.

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Effective Ways To Overcome User Acceptance Testing Challenges

June 14 2018, 09:44am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Effective Ways To Face User Acceptance Testing Challenges


UAT is a condemnatory component of any Software application.  Its a  Polished way to examine the user needs and demands.  If an application is developed as per all the induced and documented business requirements, then there is only one tread left before delivering the software/application i.e. User acceptance Testing.

Once it is completed successfully, then the tester will inform the development teams about the risks and undefended gaps. If UAT is not done properly then the defects become more expensive to fix. 

Effective ways and resolutions to overcome these challenges:

Choose equitable resources: Hire a well versed professional UAT testing team with the domain expertise knowledge to perform UAT. Since the UAT team is more technical, a whole team should be assigned to perform UAT before the release of application.

Create comprehensive UAT plan: Create a customize and detailed plan as per the business requirements and follow a scenario checklist to validate if the right plan is being executed and perform preparation evaluation to verify if we have done everything right.

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    Impact of emphasized automation in Continuous Integration

    April 10 2018, 06:25am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

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     Software testing itself is a vast area to be classified. Primarily, testing can be performed in two ways; either manually or automated testing. It is very crucial to decide when to choose manual or automation testing during software development to ensure quality meeting project constraints. Hence, latest deployment methods are required to provide well-functioning software in production as frequent as possible. This is where Continuous Integration and continuous deployment comes into use.

    What is CI/CD?

    It means continual integration of the code to the relevant branch of working project. It implies that "integration tests" are run at every code change while Continuous Delivery means that every change that passes tests are automatically deployed.

    Verification vs. Testing

    The test strategies created in a CI-environment where focus is on automation, mostly guarantees checking or verification and negligible testing (as in exploration). Hence, testers could not find something out of the box. Good testing includes both.

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    Successful Routes Took After By QA To Accelerate The Product Release Process

    December 7 2017, 07:04am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

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    QA plays a very crucial role in delivering quality software into the market and also helps in organization overall growth.

    i) Regression ensures quality in less time: One of the most important methodologies in web software testing is Regression Testing. It a type of software testing which confirms a recent change in code does not affect any existing features.

    ii) Automation saves manual time: Test cases can be converted into test scripts(automated) during application development. This helps in increasing overall test coverage along with reducing the manual efforts. It also increases the Reusability of test scripts when the OS or device changes.

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    Can Usability Testing Deliver A Flawless User Experience?

    November 30 2017, 06:02am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

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    Usability Testing is the key to success. In the end, it can be summarized as the process which ensures that the end product meets the users’ demands in order to deliver a flawless user experience.

    Types of Usability Testing

    # Explorative Testing: Explorative testing is performed in order to analyze what content and functionality the new product should possess to meet the expectations of target audience before releasing a new product. In this type of testing.

    # Comparative Testing: This type of testing is performed to compare the usability of two different websites. Comparative tests are usually used to compare a website against a competitor site. However, it can also be used to compare two designs to analyze.

    Benefits of Usability Testing

    1. Good user interface provides better conversion rate

    2. Improved Accessibility

    3. Increased user satisfaction resulting in competitive advantage

    4. Increases the level of trust among the users that results in longer and stronger relationships

    5. Users are better able to achieve their goals which results in the business meeting its targets

    6. It minimizes the product failing risks

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    Why Manual Testing Services Are Recommended over Automated Software Testing?

    November 1 2017, 10:54am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

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    While testing software, a testing company can choose Automated as well as Manual testing methods. But, it entirely relies upon the softwares requirements, the budget of the project, and which testing method will be beneficial for the project.

    Manual Testing

    Manual testing is a process of testing each and every program individually and making the comparison of the outcomes with that of expectations. Manual testing is a procedure in which tester utilizes the program as a user and encounters functionality to check whether every one of the features is working appropriately or not.

     It is always advisable to go for manual testing services if your task needs the human touch like the ease of use. Organizations having restricted expertise in the range are additionally suggested to begin with manual testing. Once the team of testers obtains mastering in the testing, they can later move toward automation.

    Automated Testing

    Various tools are utilized by testers in order to execute automated testing. Automated testing is a process in which the tests of a software application are pre-scripted and the software tools execute these pre-scripted tests before it is released into production. It makes use of  automation tools to write and execute test cases. Therefore, no manual involvement is required while executing an automated test suite.

    If the expected and actual output is same, your program is working well; this implies your project is bug free. If the output doesn’t match the expectation, you need to investigate once again and keep on running tests until results match.

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    Automation Testing of Android Mobile Application with Java

    October 26 2017, 06:52am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

    Automated testing is a method of practicing an application to implement the entire life cycle of the software in a minimum amount of time and provides effectiveness and efficiency of testing the software. It is a technique where the tester itself writes the scripts and uses a suitable software that it's apt for testing.

    Automation Tools for Testing Android Mobile Applications

    Below are some of the following automation tools for testing android applications:

    1. Appium

    Appium is an open source test automation tool that permits you to easily write functional tests that automate Android mobile apps.

    1. Selendroid

    It is an open source automation framework that drives off the UI of Android applications. Also, it can be described as a powerful testing tool that can be used on emulators and real devices and still reuses the existing infrastructure of web, you can write tests using the Selenium 2 client APIs.

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    October 10 2017, 07:04am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

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    Mobile apps are no more different from web apps, though; applying the same testing techniques will produce inaccurate results or fail to exposure of underlying performance issues.

    Types of Apps

    There are three main types of apps that are used in a mobile device. Identifying the types of mobile & website performance testing services and the type of mobile application under the testing is quite challenging. The types of mobile device are:

    Native Apps
    Native Apps are developed by mobile OS, for instance, apps developed in Java for Android mobiles.

    Web Apps
    Web apps are designed in languages like, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, etc. in such a way that can be accessed via internet connection.

    Hybrid Apps
    Hybrid apps are designed to access web applications that are embedded in the mobile itself, for example, Apple Apps Store, Twitter app, LinkedIn app, etc.

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    How To Maximize Test Coverage In Less Time Achieving Fruitful Results

    July 11 2017, 13:56pm

    Posted by BugRaptors

    To make sure everything is tested in the best possible way and the software you ship is the best possible quality. For all such you need to maximize your test coverage. Gathers the details about which parts of a program are actually executed when running the test set to improve the test case efficiency.

    Automated software testing services to to maximize test coverage in less time

    Few tips that can help you maximize your test coverage:

    1. Understand your business aim: Before test cases designing, understand the point of the software you are going to test. Talk to the end user and try to find what is most important to end users.
    2. Communication: You should talk directly to the developers about what are the new functionalities they are going to deliver with each release. You will get a fair idea to focus your efforts on the next test.

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