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TestOrigen Nominated as one of the “Top 20 Most Promising Software Testing Solution Providers 2017”

TestOrigen Nominated as one of the “Top 20 Most Promising Software Testing Solution Providers 2017”

TestOrigen, a leading provider of software testing services announced that it has been selected among ‘20 Most Promising QA & Testing Service Providers – 2017 by Siliconindia

We are delighted to be recognized by Siliconindia as this recognition or achievement shows our team commitment towards our clients and talent in delivering the best and faster testing services solutions at reduced costs and higher quality. And, in so doing, we will continue to deliver the best levels of client satisfaction.

We sincerely appreciate the recognition and are looking forward to another year of excellence.

About TestOrigen : TestOrigen is one of the best end to end testing services provider catering to a wide range of global customers. TestOrigen has expertise in many domains like : Banking & Financial Services, Datacom & Telecom, Pharmaceuticals, Embedded Systems, eLearning and Gaming.

We offer Web based testing, Desktop based testing and mobile apps testing etc. Our highly qualified experts also provides the Automation & Performance testing with various open source tools like Selenium Webdriver, Cucumber, Protector, Jmeter etc.

TestOrigen is also recognized as a Testing Leader – our people work on innovative and unique concepts to offer better, faster, less expensive testing services to deliver the best quality of product to our clients. We offer pilot testing as well to show our quality, capability and deliverable to faith in us with our work more than words.

About Siliconindia : Published from Bangalore, India, Siliconindia is a print magazine that explores and understands the ways adopted by firms to execute the smooth functioning of their businesses. A distinguished panel comprising of Siliconindia editorial board finalized the “20 Most Promising Software Testing Solution Providers 2017” and shortlisted TestOrigen. For more info:

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Why Mobile app testing is mandatory?

Why Mobile app testing is mandatory_Now a day, Smartphone has become a necessary part of everybody, whether it is an individual or a corporate.

Having a mobile app or mobile website becomes mandatory for any industry or business. As we all know that there is nothing handy other than mobiles and we made our work easy and faster with a single tap on mobile buttons and keys. Some of the most popular apps are WhatsApp, Skype, SnapChat or shopping sites like Snapdeal, Flipkart, Amazon, or Games like Candy Crush, PokeMon Go and even our Social apps as well like Linkedin, Facebook etc.

There are many apps which are in competition of other similar apps like Ola, Uber and many more. Here comes the idea of Mobile app testing. Success of your mobile app totally depends on its performance. It is not just about having a cool app, users are likely to abandon a program if its functionality is problematic, regardless of how promising it may seem. On the contrary, even the simplest applications could be lucrative for a business if it works flawlessly.

Today, almost half of the poor reviews on mobile app are due to the Crashes, poor performance, design issues and battery drain and as you know reviews of the app on app store and play store are very much responsible for the success of your app.

That is why, Mobile app testing is growing these days and for any organization that wants to stay competitive mobile app testing becomes mandatory. And it makes sense to extent an investment on testing mobile apps and we are therefore here to provide you best mobile app testing services.This is extremely important to lead in the market. We have experts those can test mobile apps quickly and help in improving the performance of app easily. Finding and solving bugs before an application is released is equal to ‘Prevention is better than cure’. With advanced technology and skilled workforce we are here to make your app bug free and successful in the market.

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Cloud Testing

Cloud TestingCloud Testing is a type of software testing which uses cloud environment for testing.

As we all know in the near future majority of IT companies will be on cloud, according to blog post of Oracle“SaaS market segment will be at minimum 80 percent of the entire application market.”

According to the post the predictions are –
1) At least 80 percent of production applications will be in the cloud (up from approximately 25 percent of SaaS applications today)
2) Two cloud suite providers will have 80% of the SaaS apps market
3) 100 percent of new development testing (Dev/Test) will be in the cloud
4) Virtually all enterprise data will be stored in the cloud
5) Enterprise clouds will be the most secure IT environments

As the environment will change and most of the application will be cloud based, their testing pattern will also change and will gradually move towards Cloud Testing.

The need of cloud testing will be visible to companies when they will see what are the benefits they will have, it may be incurring low cost on environment, it’s ease of customization or their desired scalability of computing resources.

As cloud computing is being the big thing in industry right now, using cloud for testing will help organizations achieve their maximum efficiency.

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Reasons Why Bugs Should Be Fixed

Reasons Why Bugs Should Be Fixed. testorigenA software bug is an error, flaw, failure or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways.It’s an error that prevents the application from functioning as it should.

There are many reasons for software bugs. Most common reason is human mistakes in software design and coding.Once you know the causes for software defects it will be easier for you to take corrective actions to minimize these defects.

When actual result deviates from the expected result while testing a software application or product then it results into a defect.

Hence, any deviation from the specification mentioned in the product functional specification document is a bug.



The main reasons why bugs should be fixed are mentioned below :

1) Unfixed bugs camouflage other bugs
2) Unfixed bugs suggest quality isn’t important
3) Unfixed bugs leads to duplicate efforts
4) Unfixed bugs lead to unreliable metrics
5) Unfixed bugs distract the entire team
6) Unfixed bugs leads to inaccurate estimates
7) Unfixed bugs hinder short notice releases
8) Fixing familiar code is easy than unfamiliar code
9) Fixing a bugs today costs less than tomorrow
10) Discussion on unfixed bugs later is waste of time

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Top 5 Benefits of Software Testing

Software testing

Software testing

Software Testing is a process of identifying bugs or faults in your existing product before it is in the hand of our end users.Below are the top 5 main benefits due to which companies go with the decision of doing software testing.

1) Software testing helps in identifying and fixing bugs before the software becomes operational, the risk of failure can be reduced considerably.
2) Any software does not necessarily work alone. Sometimes it has to integrate and function with other existing legacy systems, as need be. In such cases software testing gives a much needed assurance that it will work suitably and its performance won’t get affected due to the integration.
3) Software testing is a part of the software development process. It performs a root cause analysis for which helps in making it more efficient.
4) Software testing is carried out keeping the end user in mind. With a foresight for the scenarios that the end user will possibly face, tests are carried out and their accuracy and efficiency are duly noted for any discrepancies.
5) Reliability of software can be measured by certification or its conformation with any set technical standard. This helps in creating confidence and a healthy business relationship.

Software Testing can be of great use when done at right time as it enhance the efficiency of the products by keeping end user in mind.

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Difference Between Testing on Real Devices and Mobile Emulators

Real Devices or Emulator

Real Devices or Emulator

The main question which arises on every testers mind before starting the testing process, whether they perform these tests on real devices or they use emulators.
Testers needs to decide if they want to use real devices then how much cost is involved in that or that how much they can rely on emulators.
Suppose a tester has to do a mobile testing of an application, then it needed to be tested on all major/supported mobile devices like Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows phones and other types of tablets and iPads.
Having access to all these devices may be not possible for many testers, then they use mobile emulators. Emulators are software programs designed to provide simulation for important features of a smartphones.
Below are the 5 criteria on which a tester decides whether they need real devices or they will be using emulators –
1) Price – Getting real devices will cost you a lot, but Emulator is almost free, we just need to download and install them.
2) Processing Speed – Real devices has faster processing; however network latency may be normal. On the other hand Emulator is slower as compared to actual devices. It has observed less latency than real devices connected to the local network or in the cloud.
3) Debugging – In real devices debugging is not that easy but Emulator provides step-by-step debugging of an application. Also, it provides an efficient way for capturing screenshots.
4) Web-app Testing – In real devices web applications can be tested in a normal way, on the other hand testing a web application is much easier on emulator.
5) Reliability – Testing on a real device has a major advantage that it always gives accurate but emulator cannot simulate all types of user interactions; hence it may lead to false results sometimes. So it scores low when it comes to reliability.
So, if you need to decide to use real device or emulators, make your decisions based on the above mentioned 5 criteria.

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Why Test Plan is important in Software Testing

Why Test Plan is important in Software TestingA test plan is a document describing the scope, approach, objectives, resources, and schedule of a software testing effort. It identifies the items to be tested, items not be tested, who will do the testing, the test approach followed, what will be the pass/fail criteria, training needs for team, the testing schedule etc.

Below is the detail of what information a test plan contains :

1.Test Plan Identifier : Provide unique identifier for the document.

2.Introduction : In this we provide overview of test plan with goals/objectives and with constraints if any.

3.References : List of all the related documents.

4.Test Items : List of test items (software/products) and their versions.

5.Features to be tested : List the features of the software/products to be tested.

6.Features not to be tested : List the features of the software/products not to be tested with reasons.

7.Approach : Discuss the approach to testing, with testing levels, testing types and testing methods.

8.Item Pass/Fail criteria : Specify the criteria that will be used to determine whether each test item (software/product) has passed or failed testing.

9.Suspension Criteria and Resumption Requirements : Specify criteria to be used to suspend the testing activity and Specify testing activities which must be redone when testing is resumed.

10.Test Deliverable : List test deliverable, and links to them if available, including the following:

  • Test Plan (this document itself)
  • Test Cases
  • Test Scripts
  • Defect/Enhancement Logs
  • Test Reports

11.Test Environment : Specify the properties of test environment.

12.Estimate : Provide summary of test estimates (cost or effort).

13.Schedule : Provide the detailed schedule of the test.

14.Staffing and Training needs : Specify if any staffing or training is needed.

15.Responsibilities : List the responsibilities of each team/role/individual.

16.Risks : Specify all the risks identifies with mitigation plan and contingency plan of each risk.

17.Assumptions and Dependencies : List the assumptions and dependencies that have been made during the preparation of the plan.

18.Approvals : Specify the names and roles of all persons who must approve the plan.

So, when we get these much of information from a test plan then it serves as a guide to testing throughout the development . A test plan is a managerial document that has many levels differing in content and depth. We have test plans to ensure testing stages are performed to the best quality.

So, the importance of having a test plan is throughout the development and if we will have detailed test plan, then no problem will arise.

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How Software Testing Affects Companies And People

Now a days anything which we are using is dependent on any software. Software plays a very critical role in our lives at this point of time. Software is everywhere whether we talk, travel, study or doctors performs different tests or operations etc.

So, if it’s so important then it needs to be correct also, because it is affecting life of people in every way. Companies are investing major amount of their investment in R&D and making their product correct so that it provides the desired result. Assume if these software don’t work correctly, what will be its affect as it is used everywhere in health, security, transport, business etc. Companies know the ill-effect of using not correct software, so they are investing a particular amount in doing the proper testing of those software before it goes to people for use.

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