Software Testing and Quality Assurance (QA) Services | Agilie

Software Testing and Quality Assurance (QA) Services

Agilie’s dedicated quality assurance (QA) team provides a full-cycle software testing and quality assurance services for both throughout the app development process and after the release.
For the products already on the market, we offer a comprehensive technical support to make sure your iOS, Android, or web app is always up-to-date and run like clockwork on all relevant devices.
Software Testing and Quality Assurance (QA) Services

Full-cycle testing and product support

Any product is valued for its quality. The major reason people give up on using mobile and web apps is the low quality of the product, from both the technical side and user’s perspective.
A high-quality software product can be created only applying a full cycle of product testing activities during the development process. This implies the full engagement of the QA team on all project development stages including requirement gathering, iterative build deliveries to the client, and the market release.
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Mobile and web apps QA
We provide testing and requirement analysis for both frontend and backend sides of the product making sure your app is free from any technical error possible and appeals users with the flawless functionality.
Product support
When your product is released to the market, it still needs permanent and careful support in order to keep the app compatible with the latest devices and make sure the software updates don’t harm the existing functionalities.
Web services testing
Testing REST API and SOAP API web services allow us to reduce time spent on backend testing by automating the process of sending queries between client and server, avoiding the necessity to interact with the graphical user interface.
Unit testing
The code needs to be tested, too. We build unit tests to check the smallest bits of code in order to find and eradicate errors that may appear after the code changes that constantly happen during the app development and updating processes.
Why we need unit testing?
This practice lets our QA specialists focus on the app’s usability and reduces the overall time spent on testing.
Usability testing
Along with the technical errors, the flawed functionality and half-baked user flow are the reasons why user quit using an app or a website.
Applying the results of targeted market and audience research, as well as our own professional experience, we conduct a comprehensive review of the product’s UI and UX in order to find inconsistencies and weak spots in its usability.
Performance testing
We use a set of automated tools to benchmark your products’ performance to expose the weaknesses and errors that may occur during the extreme loads and stressful use cases.
Such issues can’t be discovered during the regular testing activities but knowing them can really help you improve your product.
Compatibility testing
We possess a considerable fleet of testing devices running on all relevant operating systems’ versions. This allows us to run comprehensive compatibility tests to guarantee your mobile app or website will work as intended on all modern iOS and Android devices and web browsers.
Migration testing
When you roll out a new version of the app featuring new functionalities, changes to the design, and the latest hardware support, the migration testing becomes a must.
Conducting this type of testing, we can determine had the changes made to the app affected its overall usability and compatibility with the previous versions of software and hardware.
Independent testing
The independent testing service is valuable for those who want to ensure the quality of their product having it tested by an independent team of specialists. This provides you with a fresh view on your product’s usability, functionality, and performance.
Localization testing
Releasing a product on a world market often requires it to be individually adjusted for different countries and locales considering their cultural, legal and other peculiarities.
Providing the localization testing services, we can help you make sure each localized version meets all regional requirements.
Exploratory testing
In case the testing requirements are incomplete or too vague, we conduct the exploratory testing. We explore the product and help define the requirements more precisely and ensure the further testing will be as comprehensive as possible.
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Quality assurance cycle
Our QA specialists thoroughly analyze the client’s requirements for the project making sure the requirements are clear, complete, and consistent. During the requirements analysis stage, the QA team helps define the optimal scope of activities for each individual project and makes suggestions on how to improve the final quality of the app crystallizing the requirements.
As soon as the updated requirements are approved by client, the QA team composes the testing documentation which includes the testing plan, user stories, use cases, lists of testing environments (devices, OSs, browser versions, and additional software) and testing activities, and, finally, the total estimate of the testing cycle. All these documents help the testers perform testing activities more precisely and effectively, and make the testing cycle totally transparent for the client.
To test the new features and check if the old ones work correctly after the updates, the testers perform a set of different testing activities (usability testing, performance testing, stress testing and others). The set activities depend on the needs of the current iteration and the project on the whole. At the end of each iteration, before rolling out a new build of the app for the client, we perform the regression testing to make sure all errors in the code and functionality inconsistencies have been eradicated for good.
After each iteration and at the end of the project, the QA team presents a comprehensive report on the works completed. The report includes the requirements coverage matrix, the completed checklists, the results of test cases, and the work summary.
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