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Automated Testing

Automated testing is mainly used to accelerate the software testing process. In addition to providing more reliable results, automated tests also proves to be cost effective in the long run.

With a variety of gadgets in the market, applications are created to work in multiple devices. This has led to the emergence of better tools for testing applications on desktops, mobiles, smart phones, tablets, and other devices. Different tools are required to test different functionalities. Writing custom programs and scripts for automated testing is becoming a preferred solution for enterprises and small businesses.

Our Approach

At QBurst, we decide on frameworks and automation tools in the initial planning phase of a project. This is because testing tools may or may not be a feasible solution. Some applications may require partial automation. The decision on test automation is made by the QA team after carefully analyzing customer’s requirements and risks involved.

Agile methodology enables testers and developers to work together with the client. QBurst follows the SCRUM process as the default model. Every sprint inside the SCRUM is a two-week iterative cycle. Defects generated by the automated tools are reported and rectified within the iteration itself. Different tools are used in different stages of iteration depending on the requirement. QBurst does not limit the number of tools. Our testers are also capable of writing test scripts in case tools are not available in the market. This is the key to our success in automation.

The recent trend in the software industry is to use automation frameworks to incorporate all testing tools. Our testing team has expertise in

  • Linear frameworks
  • Data-driven frameworks
  • Keyword-driven frameworks
  • Hybrid frameworks

Schedule an appointment with our QA team for a thorough application testing using manual and automated means.

Some of the tools that we use for testing in mobile and web environments are:

Functional web testing
Selenium, Sahi, QTP, Coded UI, EggPlant, RFT, Badboy, FitNesse, TestComplete, Cucumber, WebdriverIO, Protractor
Performance testing
Gatling, JMeter, NeoLoad, Badboy, StressStimulus, Fiddler
Security testing
NetSparker, WebCruise, Scrawler, Arachni, Nikto
Defect tracking
Bugzilla, Redmine, JIRA, Trac, QC
Test management
TestRail, Pivotal Tracker, TestLink , HP ALM, Enterprise Tester, Squash
Browser compatibility testing
BrowserStack, Browsera, Sauce Labs, Adobe BrowserLab
iOS/Android app testing
FoneMonkey, Appium, EggPlant, UI Automation, UI Automator, Selendroid
Mobile app compatibility testing
Sauce Labs, AWS Device Farm,,
Unit testing
PHPUnit, JUnit, NUnit, TestNG, RSpec
Continuous integration
CircleCI, CruiseControl, Bamboo, Jenkins
Version control
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