Agile and offshore are two of the most exciting ideas currently filling the QA space. Both practices offer software developers production efficiencies and comprehensive product advantages that are becoming industry standard.
By combining the two, you get higher-quality results faster, cheaper and with a better focus on the user experience.
That is a lot of promise. Can you really depend on an offshore Agile test automation service to deliver?
As separate development and QA teams merge together to form larger DevOps teams, the Agile process is getting more play than ever. Working in an agile way encourages teams to iterate in parallel-to test code as it’s written, so as to uncover any major problems earlier on in the software development lifecycle. The Agile process was an answer to the slow, outdated Waterfall method, in which products were developed in fits and starts, with various delays and blockages slowing the entire process down.
Manual testing offers you a glimpse into your product’s future, the end-user experience. Automation testing may get things done in a hurry, but only expert human perspective can see how your tests inform and improve your product’s performance in the market.
The process can be labor and resource intensive, but that only means you need to learn how to improve your manual testing process in order to maximize the benefits. Toward that end, we have put together a few pieces of advice that will help you strike the right balance of quantitative and qualitative testing.
Today, we enjoy the convenience of shopping from the comfort of our homes. However, when making online payments, have you ever realized that there may be some hacker watching for your card details?
With the growing number of E-commerce users to an estimated 164 million worldwide, securing user's card data becomes utmost important for organizations providing online transaction facilities. We have a standard called 'PCI DSS' to take care of the security of user's card data.
Offshore quality assurance testing is the solution you need when your potential exceeds your capacity. Your team has the talent and vision to design a great product, but a quality assurance expert can make sure it reaches the market on time, on budget, and with the functionality that delivers the best possible user experience.
API integration testing is the future. The digital world is really just an expanse of application interactions and communication. If your product cannot participate correctly and efficiently in the worldwide give and take of automated endpoint dialogue, it will break.
API testing moves the scrutiny of this functionality into the build process within staging and development environments. The resulting tests ensure core functionality, are quicker than functional GUI testing, and are easily integrated with GUI tests.
Software development has been in existence for quite a long time now. However, the need for strong QA to complement the advancements of development has risen. With the increasing demand for high-quality products, it has become imperative for software companies to have strong QA in order to achieve development excellence.
User interface testing is the greediest stage of your QA process. Manual testing is a time- and resource-consuming process and, hence, can push your product release cycle.
Unfortunately, it is one of the few phases of QA that cannot be completely solved with an automated testing silver bullet. Even the accelerating technology of AI in automation testing still requires engineers to manually identify UI elements before automation test scripts can be run.
There are, however, ways to capitalize on automated UI testing that may boost your competitive edge.
Time, cost, and quality. These three elemental forces of software development influence every aspect of our QA process. They are the practical realities that, ultimately, determine how we prepare a web application to meet the expectations and needs of our users.
Each point on a web application testing checklist has to be assessed in reference to the timelines of our release cycle, the constraints of our budget, and the rigorous nature of the testing needed to ensure a robust and satisfying final product.
Chatbots are becoming very popular these days and expected to grow exponentially in many fields including Healthcare, Banking, Financial services, Travel & Tourism, Retail, Media & Entertainment, E-commerce etc. Benefits with chatbots are 24X7 availability, quick response, increased ROI for support and solutions for repetitive questions.
In this newsletter, we bring you the concepts related to Chatbots trends, Chatbot types, Chatbot testing standpoints so that you can have good understanding.