Agile Testing

Agile testing is performed by QA Valley as a concurrent cycle of development and testing by which the software evolves and matures as we spiral through ongoing repetitions of coding and QA Testing between coders and our QA testers.

Agile Testing follows the principles of Agile Development Methodology that differs with the Waterfall Development Model of SDLC. Unlike the Waterfall approach, Agile Testing can begin with the start of the development project. The main objective of Agile Development Methodology is to deliver a tested software product with minimal functionalities to the client at the earliest. More and more functionalities are added to the product with every release. At QA Valley, Agile Testing of the application is done iteratively with every release, thus ensuring that the product actually meets the requirements as the development continues.

The developers, testers and customers, all are involved in the Agile testing process that is divided into 4 quadrants. In the first guardant, the quality of the software’s internal code is validated through Unit Testing and Component Testing. The second quadrant focuses on the requirements of the client for testing possible scenarios and workflows. In the third quadrant, Agile Testing is done based on the feedback of the previous two quadrants. The final guardant concentrates on the non-functional requirements such as security, performance, and stability of the product.

At QA Valley, our highest priority is to satisfy the clients through the early and continuous delivery of valuable software by following the principles of Agile Testing methodology. As in Agile methodology, developers and clients work together regularly throughout the project, the best architectures and designs of the application emerge. With Agile Testing, bug fixing is instantaneous since testing is done in each sprint consequently to keep the code free of bugs. Agile testing not only improves the product quality but also delivers every release of the application on time.