What Is Quality Assurance Testing?
When you create a new website or mobile app, you need to check to make sure that it functions properly, is designed well, and is overall user-friendly. The best way of accomplishing this is through quality assurance testing.
Quality assurance (QA) is a series of procedures performed by engineers to test your product for bugs, design issues, and UX problems.
At Beta Breakers, we are one of the world’s leading quality assurance testing companies, serving organizations for more than 30 years. We perform various QA tests to ensure that our clients release the best product possible.
Quality assurance testing has three main objectives:
- Finding Bugs
- Ensuring Good User Experience (UX)
- Preventing Future Defects
Quality assurance is a continual process, not a one-and-done situation. As such, QA testers such as Beta Breakers will perform various procedures, including the following:
Automated quality assurance tests are testing procedures that are performed by a computer, or more specifically, an automation testing tool. They include the following:
- Selenium Testing
- Functional Testing
- Regression Testing
- Compatibility Testing
- Accessibility Testing
- Load/Performance Testing
- And more
Unlike automated tests, manual tests are performed by the actual QA testers. While more time-consuming, they’re an integral part of discovering defects. They include the following:
- Exploratory Testing
- Usability Testing
- Ad Hoc Testing
- Black Box Testing
- White Box Testing
- Cross Browser Testing
- And more
To learn more about our quality assurance capabilities, contact Beta Breakers today.