The dynamics of the software world is changing rapidly. Frequent changes and enhancements have become critical to the success of any application or software. However, every time a developer modifies or brings changes to any software (during or after the software development process), there are high chances of having unexpected consequences that may have affected the existing functionalities. Therefore, it is critical to ensure that these changes do not impede or break other unrelated parts of existing applications.
Performing regression testing is a reliable way to ensure that the applications remain defect-free even after frequent changes. It also ensures that the recent changes have not broken any existing functionality. It helps to find bugs in a new software release and to ensure that the previous bugs are fixed.
- Multiple platform automation
- Risk-based regression
- Parallel execution to save time
- Faster functionality coverage with Unit and API tests
- Performance impact analysis
- Continuous Testing methodologies
Our DevOps ready integrated test automation framework ‘Tx-Automate’ comprises of techniques and practices to reduce automation test cycle time. Moreover, our quality assurance service offerings consist of a unique blend of best-in-class methods and algorithms. Our systematic testing approach minimizes disruption while keeping the QA costs under control.
At TestingXperts, we have employed an iterative method to test several aspects of the updated software application. We follow an Agile approach which supports us in handling unexpected software behavior.
Regression tests can be performed manually in small cases. However, in most cases, reiterating a suite of tests each time an application is updated can become a time-consuming task. Therefore automated testing tools are required.
Our Automated Regression Testing Services are based on the standard of achieving excellent regression of Application Under Test (AUT). This is achieved by utilizing various regression test cases and regression testing tools: