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  • Writer's picturePrabode Weebadde

How the Testing Process Works

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Software development consists of many stages: development, design, coding, and testing. These stages play a significant role in a project’s life cycle and are essential in making your client’s vision come to life. These steps guarantee that the end product will run smoothly and result in bringing satisfaction to your client. Let’s dive into some of the tips and tools team Venturit uses to achieve this.

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We use Xray for test management:

Xray is a test management integration for the software Jira. With Xray, we can create test plans for every feature and release. We have test sets for every feature-wise testing and we make sure to cover all test scenarios based upon the requirements we get from the client. With this tool, we can also maintain the test cases, test execution, and test plans for every release.

Xray manages both manual and automated tests. Xray is useful for organizing test cases since it makes it easier for the entire project team to understand the project's overall picture clearly.

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Postman API Testing Tool:

We use Postman for API testing and checking if the request and response meet the expectations for functionality, performance, reliability, and security as a part of integration testing.

Once we design the product’s logic, we can build tests to validate the accuracy in responses and the data. This way, we can check every step of the process instead of waiting for the full applications to be built to apply any change. We can also run End-to-End testing that can help us validate the flow of data and information between a few different API connections.

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Load and Performance testing:

We use Jmeter and LoadView tools for performance and load testing. Load Testing is used to identify precisely how much our web applications, system, or API can handle the load. This will help us identify and uncover numerous issues, like bugs and cause of database slowdowns, prior to any code is committed into our Production environment.

Another crucial step we dig deep into is device compatibility for web and mobile applications, both for android and iOS, which means making sure that your app or website built work smoothly on different devices available in the market. To carry out this test, you will need many devices and tools that will simulate the same experience.

Supported Browsers for testing:

  • High Priority: Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft IE 11, Microsoft Edge.

  • Medium Priority: Microsoft IE 9, Mozilla Firefox.

We also have the tools to monitor CPU usage, different network connections, server error, etc. Our team regularly uses AWS Device Farm as it contains high-end devices for testing (iPhone, Samsung etc.)

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Client Satisfaction:

The ultimate goal of our testing process is to ensure the best customer satisfaction. The main reason why our apps and software should be tested is to bring the best user experience to our partners and their clients. Testing is a crucial element of product building as this guarantees the quality of your product.

Do you have a project in mind you want to develop? We are the right team for you.

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