Hi-Tech qa outsourcing has a vast experience in software testing field. Our testing methodology has helped us to minimize project risk and streamline testing releases. QA team is involved from the initial stage of the requirement.
1. Test Requirement:
We start the testing course by developing Requirement Specification document where the functionality requirements are documented.
For Test Coverage, Test Traceability matrix is developed.
2. Test Planning:
Test plan is a document, which describes the scope, process and objective of testing. This is a fairly standard procedure for testing such things, whether it be from https://www.parasoft.com/solutions/compliance/misra/ or from any other company. It describes some of the following steps:
- Describes the functionality to be tested
- Test Deliverables
- Schedules and Resource allocations
- Test Environment Details
- Functionality to be tested
- Identifying the tools to be used
Test planning is carried out on the basis of IEEE Standard for Software Test Documentation (IEEE Std 829-1998) and other industry specifications.
3. Test Design:
Test Case: -Test Scenario is created for the identified functionality. Then, our Test Analyst will create test cases based on test scenarios. In this document, Input and the Expected Output for functionality will be documented. The test cases are designed based on various Test design techniques.
Unit test case preparation is initiated for program releases in a progressive manner in line with delivery commitments. Integration test cases are written for testing integration between the modules and the overall flow of the project.
Test Data: – Based on the test cases created, we will create Input data before test case execution. Our Testing team is designing the test cases so that it covers all the application functionality but not exceeding cost and time constraint
Test Scripts: – Next step is Identifying the Test for automation. Preparing Test Scenario for the Testers will identify the functionality and create scripts for automating the test. We create the scripts and data for automation and execute the scripts
Test Environment: – Set up of the Test environment this involves the Hardware and Software Installation, Configuration of all Tools and Software.
Test Execution:– Here the test cases are executed. The bugs are tracked and documented. The scripts will be run for the test that needs automation. Various testing methods such as system integration testing and canary deployment may be used to identify and eliminate the maximum number of production bugs in the application.
4. Test Reporting:
5. Test Closure: