We at Elevate IT have experience and expertise to test functional and non-functional aspect of the software application or integration.
Functional testing types:
Unit testing A unit test evaluates how software code complies with the overall objective of the software/application/program and how its fitness affects other smaller units
Smoke testing is a type of testing that is done after every release to make sure that software is fit to proceed to the next level.
Sanity testing A testing type where only the primary functions of the software are tested before every release.
Integration testing Test whether all the smaller modules are integrated properly and software are behaving as expected.
User Acceptance Testing Process to define User acceptance to end-users and make sure that the feedback from them about the functioning of the software is in-line with the requirements
Regression Testing validates the software after code change so that no unexpected errors have got introduced.
End-To-End Testing assesses the functionality and performance of an application under test to ensure the developed product behaves as required.
Blackbox Testing A type of testing done by without looking at the internal code structure to ensure that we are building the right product.
Non Functional testing types:
Performance Testing monitors the performance of the software in terms of response time, resource usage, etc. Our people make use of automation tools and scripts to do performance testing.
Load Testing To Determine the sustainability of the application both on normal and pick user load.
Security Testing Purpose of security testing is to uncover vulnerabilities of the system and determine that its data and resources are protected from harmful threats.
Compatibility Testing Nowadays software is run on some different platform like operation system/mobile devices/ browsers etc. Hence we make sure that particular software runs well on specified platforms by performing compatibility testing.
Migration Testing To verify and validate that all the data from the legacy systems are migrated to the newly build/implement software without any errors.
Other Types of Testing:
Mobile Application Testing Testing applications on mobile devices to check the installation, performance, functionality, security, integration, etc. in different circumstances before releasing the product to the Market. Our people make use of automation testing tools like Appium to do application testing.
IoT testing Ability to test IoT devices in terms of providing access, create, use and share data from any device with the existing internet infrastructure.
AI Testing AI-driven automation testing process utilizes an AI application which analyses the testing activities including defects and accordingly conducts testing which ensures not only a high level of testing coverage but also maintains quality.
Chatbot testing:- chatbot testing process includes a series of testing (Conversation Design, fulfilment, entities, UAT ) to ensure the bot performance as per the user requirement.
API Testing Now a day most of the applications are multilayer and interacting with more than one component with the architecture. That is why API testing comes into the picture to determine if they meet expectations for functionality, reliability, performance, and security of an application.
Vulnerability Testing is to evaluate the system and to reduce the risk of events from the perspective of cyber-attack or cybersecurity.
Installation Testing As a software application installation is the first user interaction with the end-user, it is always recommended the software to be installed properly with all the necessary components, and the app works as expected.
White Box Testing A type of testing happens based on internal code/design logic to ensure that the product which we are building is according to the requirements and design specifications