We understand that every software project is unique, which is why we offer manual testing services tailored to your specific needs. Whether you need functional testing, regression testing, or any other type of testing, our team will work with you to create a testing strategy that meets your requirements.
During API testing, we use various testing techniques and tools to evaluate the functionality, reliability, performance, and security of the APIs. This includes testing the request and response parameters, verifying the data format, and testing the authentication and authorisation mechanisms.
During functional testing, we verify that the application functions as intended and that it meets the user's needs. This includes testing various aspects of the application, such as its user interface, data processing, and output generation.
Testers also verify that the application performs well under different conditions, such as different types of input, varying levels of system load, and various types of user interactions.
During UI testing, we evaluate the application's visual elements, including the layout, typography, colour scheme, and graphics. The application's responsiveness to different screen sizes and resolutions is tested as well, ensuring that it works well on a variety of devices.
During UX testing, we evaluate the overall user experience, including the ease of use, intuitiveness, and efficiency of the application. We also test the application's accessibility, ensuring that it is usable by people with disabilities and meets accessibility guidelines.
During cross-browser testing, we evaluate the application's performance and behaviour on various browsers and platforms, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge, as well as on different operating systems and devices.
We verify that the application works well on each browser, that all features and functionalities are present and accessible, and that the user interface looks consistent across different browsers and platforms.
During regression testing, we rerun previously executed test cases to verify that the application still performs as expected after changes have been made. This helps to ensure that any changes made to the application have not impacted the existing functionality and that the application still meets the requirements and specifications outlined for it.
During acceptance testing, we evaluate the application's functionality, usability, performance, and security against the acceptance criteria, which are defined based on the stakeholders' requirements and expectations. This type of testing is typically conducted towards the end of the software development life cycle after all other types of testing have been completed.