Quality Assurance Process for Web & Mobile Applications
Quality Assurance Process
WebPlanex provides quality assurances that are at par with the most stringent quality guidelines in the world. Creating web and software solutions that incorporate every feature that our clients require while ensuring that the finished solution does not have any bugs is something our development excels at. Quality control is one of the most important aspects of development and an IT company that fails to regulate quality in their development work will not go far. Through a carefully designed process of quality control, WebPlanex ensures that you always get a product that is perfect in every way. WebPlanex have major latest hardware (Windows, Mac etc) and phone devices (Iphone, Ipad, Ipod, Android, Window, Blackberry etc) for various project testing.
Compiling a list of requirements
Before they can begin testing the solution for errors, our quality assurance teams carefully analyses all the requirements and specifications that you provided us for the project. A list of user case scenarios is drawn for which the product needs to be tested.
Testing of the product take place in phases and is simultaneously conducted by multiple experts on different platforms. Our products are tested for all popular hardware and software specifications to ensure that you do not get any unwanted surprises when you use the solution.
All bugs that are discovered are completely documented. Usage patterns that lead to these bugs, and the kind of system specifications for which these errors appear are carefully noted down and compared to see whether these bugs are general or case specific.
Once all bugs have been documented for the selected case use, the product is handed back to the development team for modification. The development team goes through each bug and patches the solution to fix it.
Once the development team has fixed all reported bugs, the solution is handed back to the quality assurance team. They once again perform tests for all previously drawn case use to confirm that all known bugs have been fixed, and that no new bugs have emerged. If new errors are reported by the team, the solution is once again handed to the developers and this cycle is repeated until the quality assurance team is satisfied with the product.