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Every application we build goes through a rigorous internal, external, and automated testing process.
QA & DevOps

Quality Assurance

Software testing is an important aspect of the software development process. The extent to which the tests are carried out is determined by how fast the project will be completed and whether or not problems will need to be corrected afterwards.

01. Manual Testing
02. Automated Testing
03. DevOps

5 Key Manual Testing Services We Offer

Manual testing is the process of testing software manually with the intention of finding defects. Here a tester acts as an end user, and tests all the required features of the application to ensure correct behavior.

Regression Testing

Regression Testing is a series of tests designed to find flaws in software that has already been tested.

Functional Testing

Functional testing is a technique of testing that checks if the software's functional requirements match its actual features.

Performance Testing

Performance testing is a set of tests used to assess the health, stability, & resource consumption.

Usability Testing

This is a procedure for determining if a software product meets the standards for application usability.

Documentation Testing

This is an examination of requirements for completeness and dependability, as well as the verification of user instructions and software documentation.
Automated Testing

Executing test case suites

This software testing approach executes test case suites using particular automated testing software tools.

From the QA perspective, test automation involves creating a test artifact that automatically exercises a use case or requirement in isolation. It’s designed to repeatedly confirm whether actual outcomes at specific check points match the expected outcomes (according to the requirement or user story). QA-level test automation is traditionally performed at the UI level through scripting and/or record and playback tools.


Continuous delivery of high-quality software

DevOps attempts to shorten the development life cycle of a system and provide continuous delivery of high-quality software.

The DevOps lifecycle is divided into six phases, each of which represents the procedures, capabilities, and tools required for development (on the left side of the loop) and operations (on the right side of the loop) (on the right side of the loop).


The planning stage of a DevOps pipeline comprises everything that happens before developers start writing code.


The planning and coding phases of DevOps overlap and inform one another. Small modules are built in by DevOps practitioners, who rely on automated technologies to maintain version control, enforce uniform style standards, and protect against security risks.

Continuous Integration

The DevOps technique relies heavily on continuous integration (CI). It entails merging new code created by various developers into a single, centralized repository on a regular basis.


Continuous integration (CI) is for the central code repository, whereas continuous delivery (CD) is for the end-user-facing production environment.


When DevOps software goes live in production, the operations team will use automated tools for configuration management, scalability, and load balancing wherever possible.

Continuous Feedback

Automated solutions are used by a DevOps organization to request and gather customer feedback on their experiences, as well as to capture metrics indicating the software's performance.

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