We streamline your testing processes, enhancing efficiency and accuracy. Our automation solutions are custom-tailored to integrate seamlessly into your development cycle, ensuring robust software quality.

Test Automation Benefits

  • Web Application Enhancement: For businesses prioritizing the quality of critical web applications.
  • Overcoming Ineffective Automation: Addressing companies with inadequate test automation frameworks that fail to meet quality standards.
  • Transition from Manual Testing: Assisting companies reliant on manual testing or needing frequent updates to automated scripts.
  • Resource and Time Constraints: Supporting companies with limited resources or time to test all web application functionalities.
  • Budget Limitations: Aiding companies with restricted budgets for developing and maintaining regression test suites.
  • Expanding Expertise: Empowering companies lacking in-house capabilities for complex automation tasks.

Types of Testing

  • Functional Testing: Evaluates the software’s application in real-world scenarios, such as a ride-sharing app’s ability to match users with drivers.
  • Non-functional Testing: Assesses software attributes like performance, security, and data storage, ensuring efficiency in essential operations.

Common Tests in Automation

  • Smoke Tests: Verify critical functionalities to ensure further testing is feasible.
  • Integration Tests: Ensure seamless operation among all software components.
  • Regression Tests: Confirm no degradation in functionality or performance post-changes.
  • Security Tests: Identify vulnerabilities and potential exploits in the software.
  • Performance Tests: Evaluate responsiveness and stability under load.
  • Acceptance Tests: Determine if the software meets end-user requirements.

Testing Phases

  • Unit Testing: Tests individual software components, primarily conducted by developers, and can be automated.
  • API Testing: Ensures smooth integration between software systems and components, flexible in its timing relative to other testing phases.
  • UI Testing: Focuses on the user interface and experience, typically the final testing phase, to optimize business logic under functional testing.

Automation Test Frameworks

Framework Types

  • Linear Framework (Record and Playback): Simple, suitable for small teams or beginners.
  • Modular-Based Framework: Organizes test cases into modules for efficiency and requires prior planning.
  • Library Architecture Framework: Enhances modular approach by grouping tasks into reusable functions, demands more scripting time and expertise.

Frameworks Utilized

  • Cypress: Modern web testing tool addressing developer and QA challenges.
  • PlayWright: E2E testing tool supporting all modern browsers and platforms.
  • Appium: Framework for native app testing without SDK inclusion, supports preferred testing practices.
  • Selenium: Open-source framework for web application testing across various browsers and platforms using multiple programming languages.