// Web and mobile application testing

Software testing

// Quality assurance in software development

What is Quality Assurance and what can it offer you?

Quality Assurance (QA) focuses on quality analysis of developed software. In comparison to software testing, QA defines the processes used to evaluate development stages (code development, product design and others). QA prevents potential problems and informs us about how we should verify the modules implemented in our projects. QA specialists are often also responsible for software testing processes.

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// Software testing as a must have process

Why do we test our software?

Before we deliver applications to our clients, we need to ensure that our code doesn’t have bugs or other potential issues that we didn’t catch during the development process. For this purpose, we perform at least several tests, both manual and automatic, every time we develop a new module or functionality. Additionally, our software developers always write tests for their code and forward them to the software testing team.

// Testing in practice

Why is testing applications worthwhile?

When it comes to small, simple web or mobile applications, it seems that a dedicated team of QA testers is not necessary. A manual tester will often suffice to check all functionalities step by step. In larger projects, with several dozen or more new functionalities, the situation is completely different. In such cases we often create completely new modules and functions that require diligent people to check that they operate correctly. This is especially important when the application has complex business logic.

In large IT projects, the presence of errors is not unexpected. In most cases, they do not result from the ignorance of programmers, but from conflicts between the applied technological solutions. From our experience, the support of a dedicated QA team is profitable for the client. The team of testers has more experience in finding bugs in applications than the developers themselves. An additional advantage is the fact that the testers did not create the given functionalities, so it is easier for them to look at them from a user’s perspective.

// How we test our software?

Best technologies for software testing

At iMakeable, our developers create unit tests during the functionality development process. When the code passes these tests, our testing team performs manual tests. Next, our QA specialists write automatic tests which will also be used in further software development processes to check if older modules work perfectly with the new ones. We like to use Mocha, Jest, Selenium and Cypress for software testing. We also cover tests in other programming languages which are used in the development of web and mobile applications.

// Automatic testing in iMakeable

Automatic tests

Module specification
At the beginning, our development team discusses the basic details of a given functionality with the Project Manager.
Unit tests
Afterwards, our software developers begin writing unit tests based on the supplied documentation.
E2E tests
After the manual testing of functionalities, our QA specialists create e2e tests with tools like Selenium or Cypress.

Automatic tests are run with commands, programs or scripts. It is necessary to write automatic tests during the software development process as they give us information about all the bugs present in new functionalities. Automatic tests include unit tests, regression tests, integration tests or e2e tests.

// Manual testing in iMakeable

Manual tests

Module specification
At the beginning, our development team discusses the basic details of any given functionality with the Project Manager.

Unit tests
Afterwards, our software developers begin to write unit tests and forward a ready module to manual testers.

Manual testing
Manual testers test the module of a given application on different platforms and compare them to the supplied documentation.

At first sight, manual tests don’t seem to be necessary, because the software development team has tested the code. Nothing is further from the truth! Since testers do not develop the application’s code, they have a substantially different point of view when testing, which results in much more efficient bug reporting.

// See what our tests can cover!

Examples of tested applications

Admin panel
Admin panels allow for the modification of the content of various individual web pages or mobile applications. By creating a custom admin panel or CMS, you can freely edit the content of your site or application, even if you are not familiar with programming.
E-commerce almost always requires the help of skilled web developers in order to customize your online shop. Web-based marketplaces and e-commerce websites are the most popular example of web applications.
Business applications
Tools like custom CRM, ERP or communicators will often improve your company workflow and will increase your employees' efficiency by making their everyday tasks simpler.
Mobile applications
Mobile applications are rising in popularity every day. Many of our clients decide to develop a mobile app instead of web applications.
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