We perform an extensive range of tests to ensure product functionality.

Software testing life cycle is about creating tests to ensure that the developed features meet specific requirements. We perform testing and programming concurrently.

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The list of test in Mad Devs:

Unit tests

A unit test is a way of testing a unit - the smallest piece of code that can be logically isolated in a system. In most programming languages, that is a function, a subroutine, a method or property. Unit tests are written by our developers to ensure that each software component (unit) is tested and functions as expected.

UI tests

UI testing centers on two basic concepts: usability and errors. This means testing to see how your application, website, or software interacts with a user.

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. 

Functional tests

Functional testing is a type of software testing that validates the software system against the functional requirements/specifications.

It mainly concentrates on:

  • Mainline functions:  Testing the main functions of an application.
  • Basic Usability: It involves basic usability testing of the system. It checks whether a user can freely navigate through the screens without any difficulties.
  • Accessibility:  Checks the accessibility of the system for the user.
  • Error Conditions: Usage of testing techniques to check for error conditions.  It checks whether suitable error messages are displayed.


We perform functional tests to ensure the software’s full compliance with functional requirements.

Regression tests

It is defined as a type of software testing to confirm that a recent program or code change has not adversely affected existing features. It mainly arises whenever there is requirement to change the code and we need to test whether the modified code affects the other part of software application or not.

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. 

Acceptance tests

Acceptance testing, a testing technique performed to determine whether or not the software system has met the requirement specifications. The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the system's compliance with the business requirements and verify if it is has met the required criteria for delivery to end users. We perform acceptance tests to check how the product can handle real-life scenarios.

But testing is not a one-time action. We provide procedures to help you test your product cyclically to ensure it has a long-term perspective.

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Vladimir Pan

Vladimir Pan

QA Engineer