Automated functional testing services
Advantages of functional testing with QAonTOP
Functional testing services we provide:
Why Our Services
What is functional testing and how does it work?
This is the most important stage, where the actual test output is compared to the expected test result to determine whether the tests are passed or failed.
When comparing actual and predicted outputs, log faults are defined as the variance of the difference found between them. Defects are reported by testers to development teams so that they can be fixed as soon as possible.
Frameworks and solutions
What Tools We Use
Our web testing process at a glance
Frequently Asked Questions:
Functional testing focuses on a specific feature of a product. It verifies that a feature meets a set of product requirements. System testing, on the other hand, seeks to test the entire product from beginning to end.
Functional testing, product usability, performance, security, and scalability are all examples of system testing. In other words, functional and non-functional testing are both included in system testing.
- Unit Testing
- Integration Testing
- Interface Testing
- System Testing
- Regression Testing
- Smoke Testing
- Sanity Testing
- Acceptance Testing