Web applications testing
What are web application tests?
Web applications, also known as browser or internet applications, are run in web browsers such as Chrome or Firefox. Netflix and Facebook are great examples of such web apps. Our testing process covers manual and automatic tests of web applications and involves our whole development team – especially QA specialists and software testers!
How do we test web applications?
We always start our testing process with a thorough analysis of any supplied documentation. Afterwards, our QA specialists create test guidelines to follow during the whole process. When our software developer creates a new functionality, we always perform unit tests before forwarding it to the manual testers. After passing the manual testing stage, we write automatic tests such as integration and regression tests. Finally, our finished application is ready for penetration testing conducted by a separate company, which tests our app security. We always repeat this cycle until we finish the development of our product!
Best technologies for web application testing
At iMakeable, our developers create unit tests during the functionality development process. After 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 newer ones. We like to use Cypress, Mocha, Selenium, Jest and Jasmine for web application testing. We also cover tests in other programming languages which are used in the development of web applications.
Web application automatic tests
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 tests of web applications
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.
Examples of tested applications
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