Web Testing

About Web Testing

Web testing is an acronym used for testing the software based on web applications. Web testing examines different aspects for web applications like Security, functionality, accessibility to the different type of users, adaptability to many desktops, devices, and operating system. Web testing also includes Load testing which tests the ability of the application to handle traffic.

Why Web Testing?

Web testing is used to check or test various aspects of the Web applications. Web application testing includes Functionality testing, Usability testing, Interface testing, Compatibility testing, Load testing, stress testing, soak testing, spike testing, security testing, etc. To know whether a web application is ready to be launched in public or not, these tests are very crucial.

Some of the advantages of opting for Web Testing are:

Why Web Testing with EncodeWork?

Do you frequently receive feedbacks like, the website is crashing all the time, some other site is opening when clicked on a particular link or if it is an e-commerce site then it is not able to handle more traffic on the days of sale? Come to EncodeWork where we have many experienced engineers ready to solve all your web related issues.

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Functionality test includes testing of all types of links like Outgoing links, Incoming links, Anchor Links and MailTo links. It makes sure none of these links are broken.

It includes testing of site navigation buttons like Menus, buttons, etc. and Content on the page. Mainly it checks for grammatical errors.

Interface testing tests areas like Application, Web server, and Data Base Server. It will test all the requests that are sent from the site and optimize them.

Database testing includes testing of errors coming while executing queries, maintaining data integrity, etc. It checks the query response time and fine tune it if necessary.

This test includes testing the site in different browsers like Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, etc. and Operating systems like MacOS, Windows, Linux, etc.