Quality Assurance and Testing
Taking an agile QA Testing methodology to every project we manage combining automated tests and manual testing to ensure the highest of industry-standards. Testing the effectiveness and outcomes of all our software-related products with a dedicated in-house QA Team.
INEOS TEAM UK | Tactical Aid App
The Things Network Gateway | LoRaWAN Mapper Plus Application
GlazeAlarm | Smart Alarm App and Controller
Functional software testing ensures that the mobile application installs and launches correctly, users can sign-up and login and all-over design features function as they should, including all text boxes and buttons.
The app must be secured at all times, especially if it requires users to hand over their personal information. Security testing ensures that the app guarantees confidentiality, authenticity, and integrity at all times.
This checks how well the mobile application performs under a particular workload and highlights any possible bug-related issues or malfunctions. This includes checking the overall device performance, network performance and API, server performance, such as start-up time, battery consumption, delays or errors receiving information and how quickly data can be transferred.
Memory Leakage Testing
Memory leakage testing can detect any vulnerabilities and memory leak patterns in mobile applications, that are caused by failure to not be able to deallocate memory that is no longer in use. This can also be performed during the system and functional testing on multiple devices to track memory usage and leaks.
Interrupt testing deals with how an application reacts to common interruptions, including incoming SMS messages, phone calls, battery alerts and loss of network connection and determines how the application behaves.
Usability testing checks how user-friendly the mobile application is in terms of ease of use, flexible app controls, and navigation modes. A good design and layout that encourages an exceptional user experience, is reviewed during the process.
This is a type of testing that is done at the initial stage of the mobile apps life. Installation testing checks whether the mobile app installs, uninstalls and updates without any user dis-satisfaction and is performing correctly.
An operational test measures the readiness of an app based on its performance, accessibility, stability, and maintainability. It also ensures the mobile application is fully compliant in its standard operating environment (SOE).
Building a test environment involves setting aside separate regions on computers, servers or networks. This involves analysing localised versions of the application to make sure the system runs well with local settings for users from different regions.