Software Quality Assurance for Businesses that Want to Win Big
Our time-tested software quality assurance process allows businesses to shine through and capture the market
We break down your tailor-made software into separate functionalities and test each unit of code for quality and functionality
Our quality assurance team tests the overall functionality of your software to ensure that it works seamlessly on all platforms
Our software testing experts test the compatibility of units of code and functionalities within the architecture of your software
Delivering Quality Software with an End-To-End Testing Approach
Developers Studio follows a comprehensive approach to test the performance and quality of your software
Our quality assurance team brings together the requirements for your customised software and tests its functionalities accordingly.
We bring together our design and development teams to test whether the finished product is in accordance with the initial requirements.
Our agile framework allows us to continuously test your software through each development sprint and analyse its performance.
Our quality assurance team points out the areas that need improvement and guides our developers to execute the required changes.
Our expert QA teams determine that every piece of software is performing according to the requirements and meet the standards by implementing the internal system logic
Through performance QA testing, we assess the speed, efficiency, consistency, and versatility of the software application that is brought under a specific workforce.
We identify shortcomings and flaws in the security framework of the software program and information that protects the data and sustains functionality as per needs.
The dedicated team of UI testing inspect and discover if there are any bugs in the execution to ensure flawless incorporation with all sorts of operating systems and platforms.
Preparing your success, through truly prominent technology stack.
Jenkins is an open-source tool to run the scripts and manually trigger the execution. Ace your test automation with our QA team as they effortlessly integrate Jenkins to ensure the software quality. To keep software development is perfect and on track, we assure to get it automated with Jenkins.
Apache’s JMeter is a tool our Quality Assurance Engineers use for analyzing and evaluating the performance of software applications and other software services. The open-source software is written entirely in Java and we use it for testing both web and FTP applications.
Our QA engineers employ automated testing to prevent human error and streamline the testing phase. We opt for the Postman testing tool as it is a complete API development platform with various built-in tools that support every stage of the API lifecycle.
Selenium is an open-source tool, our QA engineers incorporate this testing tool as a part of their process as Selenium automates tests across browsers for web applications. We use Selenium to ensure high-quality web applications— whether they are responsive, progressive, or regular.
Our QA engineers enable continuous delivery, integration, & testing across the enterprise software solutions with the Blazemeter testing tool. We incorporate BlazeMeter in our QA testing process as it is a special product for exhaustive integrated load testing.
We use Appium as a part of the testing process as it is used to automate native, mobile web, and hybrid applications on iOS mobile, Android mobile, and Windows desktop platforms. Appium is "cross-platform": it allows the QA engineers to write tests against multiple platforms (iOS, Android, Windows), using the same API.
We use LoadRunner software testing to simulate thousands of users concurrently using application software, recording and later analyzing the performance of key components of the application. LoadRunner helps us to test applications, measuring system behavior, and performance under load.
Cypress is a free and open source automation tool, and it provides our QA team a visual interface to indicate what all tests and which all commands are running, passed, or failed. It allows us to test highly interactive applications and carry out different tests such as manipulating the DOM