What We Offer
Manually testing each build is an unacceptable time drain. Automation allows QA to spend most of its time outside of SDLC execution time, allowing testing to run unattended 24×7! With the press of a button, regression testing can be completed without the risk of human error from executing boring, repetitive, similar test cases, ensuring that your latest build breaks nothing. Easy scalability allows increased E2E coverage with barely any impact to your schedule, and then the test results can be automatically sent to test management tools for analysis as you see fit
Functional testing is a type of testing which verifies that each function of the software application operates in conformance with the requirement specification. This testing mainly involves black box testing and it is not concerned about the source code of the application.
Each and every functionality of the system is tested by providing appropriate input, verifying the output and comparing the actual results with the expected results. This testing involves checking of User Interface, APIs, Database, security, client/ server applications and functionality of the Application Under Test. The testing can be done either manually or using automation
The software localization process involves more than just hiring someone to change the words of your software into other languages. You need a partner who understands what works (and what doesn’t) in other cultures. And one who understands the technical requirements involved.
This partner should also have experience with any of the file formats you might provide and know how to protect non-translatable source elements. Why? You want to ensure that when the files come back to you there are no issues.
Finally, there’s the task of testing to ensure everything’s working correctly, and that you enjoy a seamless launch.
Our experts will setup and configure Test Automation Framework with your Continuous Integration (CI) Tool to execute test suites on scheduled or commit-based run. We also offer to build a Continuous Integration (CI) deploy flow for your company with Ansible, Docker, Jenkins and Git, if you don't have one in place. Following objectives will be achieved when project done:
Jenkins manages WHEN and WHAT to do.
Ansible manages HOW and WHERE to do.
Docker ISOLATE your application with the host, if the host can run docker, you can deploy your application.