for Your Solutions
Jump-start your releases, minimise defects in production and enhance the performance of your product with Mad Devs QA
We combine our knowledge and expertise to leverage the latest tech, standards and practices and deliver you a top-notch product with improved ROI within the required timeframe.
Our Best QA Practices
We have made QA an ongoing activity
We integrate QA processes into the development cycle. The QA workloads are distributed throughout a sprint to enable teams to identify issues during the development cycle rather than at the end of it. This approach enables our team to resolve issues immediately and ensure better product quality.
We have adapted standard testing procedures to the agile environment
In Agile, the share of exploratory testing compared to test cases increases. Along with test cases, we use checklists (high-level lists of items to be checked and criteria to be met) to ensure products comply with requirements.
We have optimized regression testing
In Agile, full regression testing becomes time-consuming. However, the number of regression tests increases. To optimize regression testing, we combine partial and full regression testing by prioritizing testing activities based on the defects’ risk levels.
We have increased the share of test automation
Testing is done in parallel to development. Therefore, automation becomes critical. This is why we write unit and integration tests and automate test cases that do not change much with each iteration to reduce testing time and increase the software testing quality.
Tech Stack We Love to Use
Types of Tests We Perform
Unit tests are written by developers to ensure that each software component (unit) is tested and functions as expected.
Our developers write and perform UI tests during the entire software development cycle to ensure every software component that the user will come in contact with works properly.
We perform functional tests to ensure the software’s full compliance with functional requirements.
We write regression tests to ensure that all functionalities of a solution work properly after changing code, fixing bugs, implementing new features and making other modifications.
We perform acceptance tests to check how the product can handle real-life scenarios.