Web testing, at its core, is simply checking your web application or your website for problems before you make that web application or website live. Web testing is designed to check all aspects of the web application’s functionality, including looking for bugs with usability, compatibility, security, and general performance.
Black box testing that helps verify whether the code function is compliant with requirements and a web/mobile app works properly and satisfies user needs. Functional testing implies ignoring the internal parts of your web/mobile app and focusing on the output generation.
White box testing that aims to verify that the implemented unit is producing expected output against given input. Typically applied for small units of code with individual functions.
We combine a group of software components to produce output, and then we test the interaction between software and hardware. For example, we can verify this way whether the payment system was integrated properly into the software or not.
Allows us to measure how your web or mobile application meets performance criteria (including speed and reliability), compare several systems to define which perform better and detect general performance failures.
Performed to protect your application against further failures and avoid any regressions caused by changes deployed to the functional or non-functional areas of a system, such as patches, enhancement or configuration/environment changes.
We perform security testing to make sure your software architecture, web or mobile app are well protected against phishing, cyber-fraud, DDoS, malware, adware and other threats that can kill your product.
Website Testing FAQ’s
What is website testing?
Website testing is the process of evaluating a website’s functionality, performance, and usability to ensure that it works correctly and meets user expectations.
Why is website testing important?
Website testing is essential to ensure that a website is user-friendly, easy to navigate, and performs optimally. It helps to identify and fix any bugs, errors, or issues that may affect the user experience and ultimately impact the website’s success.
What are the different types of website testing?
There are several types of website testing, including functional testing, performance testing, security testing, usability testing, compatibility testing, and accessibility testing.
What is functional testing?
Functional testing is the process of testing a website’s features and functions to ensure that they work as intended.
What is performance testing?
Performance testing is the process of testing a website’s speed, scalability, and stability to ensure that it can handle a high volume of traffic without crashing or slowing down.
What is security testing?
Security testing is the process of testing a website’s security features to ensure that it is protected against potential cyber threats.
What is usability testing?
Usability testing is the process of testing a website’s user interface and user experience to ensure that it is easy to navigate and use.
What is compatibility testing?
Compatibility testing is the process of testing a website’s compatibility with different devices, browsers, and operating systems to ensure that it works correctly on all platforms.
What is accessibility testing?
Accessibility testing is the process of testing a website’s accessibility features to ensure that it is accessible to people with disabilities.
What are the common tools used for website testing?
There are many tools available for website testing, including Selenium, JMeter, LoadRunner, Appium, TestComplete, and many more. The choice of tool depends on the type of testing required and the website’s technology stack.