Our Functional Testing services help software vendors and Enterprises ensure that their software is functionally correct. QANxT’s services begin with an assessment of the application/product requirements which is followed by a clearly defined implementation plan aligning functional testing objectives with the overall business goals.
- Test approach caters to a range of applications, supports various development methodologies (including Agile) and encompasses Testing types including Functional, System Integration, Performance, Security, Usability, Globalization etc.
- Testing experts with the comprehensive experience across domains and technologies
- Deep expertise in applying black box testing techniques.
- QANxT’s functional testing specialists adopt proven scientific techniques while performing in-depth black box testing including
- Boundary value analysis
- Equivalent Partition
- Paired testing
- QANxT’s Risk based Testing Methodology incorporates inputs of Business risks, Project risks and Technology risks to ensure most optimal testing
- Comprehensive Test Metrics ensure absolute transparency and visibility with
- Unit testing metrics
- Defect trends metris
- Testing productivity metrics
- Process quality metrics
- Testing progress metrics
- Quality of the application/product under test
- Daily, Weekly and Monthly status reports with in-depth analysis of test execution status and defects. The reports leverage a variety of models and techniques to publish actionable reports and dashboards
Functional testing services includes the testing of the Functional parts of a software application. Software testing is commonly grouped into two primary general classifications: functional testing and non-functional testing. There is additionally another general kind of testing called maintenance testing. At the point when you’re performing functional tests, you need to test every single usefulness. You have to see whether you’re getting the desired results or not.
There are a few kinds of functional testing, for example,
- Unit testing
- Integration testing
- End-to-end testing
- Smoke testing
- Sanity testing
- Regression testing
- Acceptance testing
- White box testing
- Black box testing
- Interface testing
Functional tests are performed both manually and using automation tools. For this kind of testing, manual testing is simple, however you should use tools when necessary.
Some tools that you can use for functional testing are Micro Focus UFT (recently known as QTP, and UFT represents Unified Functional Testing), Selenium, JUnit, soapUI, Watir, and etc.
Non-functional testing is the testing of non-functional aspects of an application, for example, execution, dependability, ease of use, security, etc. Non-functional tests are performed after the functional tests.
With non-functional testing, you can improve your software’s quality all things considered. Functional tests also improve the quality, however with non-useful tests, you have the chance to make your product far superior. Non-functional testing allows you to clean the product. This sort of testing isn’t about whether the product works or not. Or maybe, it’s about how well the product runs, and numerous different things.
Non-functional tests are not generally run manually. Truth be told, it’s hard to play out this sort of tests physically. So these tests are usually executed using tools.
There are several types of non-functional testing, such as: