Code audit & refactoring
Our quality assurance and
services are aimed at
maintaining consistent quality at every stage of development.
We define types of testing based on factors such as platforms involved, project size, development methodology, and post-release plan.
Our testing specialists test software on a variety of platforms and operating systems. They ensure that software behaves as expected by putting themselves in the user's shoes and going through many test scenarios.
Using special testing software such as Selenium, Appium, and JMeter, our team executes automated tests and compares actual outcomes to predicted outcomes.
After a product has been launched to the production environment, some minor errors can appear that weren’t detected during testing. Our team tracks these errors and fixes them as quickly as possibles.
We provide product upgrades and work on any product change that increases your software’s capabilities. Our team thinks outside the box and offers suggestions for improving your product.
We discover areas in your software that can be optimized to work more efficiently and use fewer resources. By refactoring your code or modifying your software we can achieve better performance.
Code audit & refactoring
Source code analysis
Our team fully analyzes source code to define its current state and decide what should be done to improve its quality.
To make software satisfy non-functional requirements such as source code readability and maintainability, our team refactors code during development.
How it works
We follow best practices for code reviews, taking into account the age of the source code, product architecture, and development conditions.
We offer a full range of
software testing services for different types
of applications, including:
Load and stress
Selenium is a portable framework for testing web applications. Selenium provides a playback tool for authoring functional tests without the need to learn a test scripting language
Cucumber is a software tool used by computer programmers for testing other software. It runs automated acceptance tests written in a behavior-driven development style.
Apache JMeter is an Apache project that can be used as a load testing tool for analyzing and measuring the performance of a variety of services, with a focus on web applications.
Calabash is an open source Acceptance testing framework that allows you to write and execute tests for iOS and Android Apps.
To make the development of tests simpler, Jenkins comes with a test harness, based on the JUnit test framework. This provides the following features: Automated setup and teardown of a Jenkins installation, allowing each test method to run in a clean, isolated environment.
Locust is an easy-to-use, distributed, user load testing tool. It is intended for load-testing web sites (or other systems) and figuring out how many concurrent users a system can handle. The idea is that during a test, a swarm of locusts will attack your website.