Over the past 3 years, Beta Breakers Quality Assurance Labs has become quite possibly (if you ask our clients) the most talented and efficient resource for QE services anywhere. We are now the premier choice for Continuous Integration test solutions. Our capabilities include:

  • Programming expertise in multiple languages including Java, C# and Python
  • Expertise with the latest TDD/BDD tools, such as Cucumber and Gherkin
  • Thorough knowledge of Appium, Selenium and REST-Assured frameworks
  • Web and Mobile automation

Our test automation solutions provide the following benefits:

  • Customized to your needs
  • Efficient and maintainable
  • Visually ergonomic test reporting
  • Result-driven notification directives
  • Framework and test suite built to be integrated into your CI/CD process

Our SDET’s routinely outperform any and all QE companies. Simply put, there is no substitute for professional, Silicon Valley-based QE services. We exist to save our clients money and we exceed expectations every time.

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What is the Purpose of Automated Testing

The purpose of automation is to employ software tool sets in such a way as to create repeatable test suites and cut down on the time it takes to fully test an application.

What is the Methodology for Automated Testing

The first task is to determine whether or not an application is a candidate for automation. Often, the cost to create a suite of automated test scripts outweighs the cost to perform manual, ad hoc QA.

However, if it is determined that automation will save time, save money, and/or result in broader, more comprehensive quality assurance coverage, then we will choose one of several automation tool sets and create a set of scripts that can be repeatedly run against the application – even for 24 hours a day if necessary.

Logs are created and when a script fails to run, the anomaly is recorded and sent to the client for evaluation. As the application changes, the automation test scripts are also changed to reflect new or altered functionality.