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Functional testing is a quality assurance process and a type of black-box testing that bases its test cases on the specifications of the software component under test.
This type usually describes what the system does.
  • Smoke – preliminary testing to reveal simple failures severe enough to (for example) reject a prospective software release
  • Sanity – basic test to quickly evaluate whether a claim or the result of a calculation can possibly be true
  • Regression – verifies that software, which was previously developed and tested, still performs correctly after it was changed or interfaced with other software
  • Component – a method where testing of each component in an application is done separately. Component testing is also known as module, unit or program testing
  • Integration – is the phase in software testing in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group
  • User Acceptance – User acceptance testing (UAT) is the last phase of the software testing process. During UAT, actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios, according to specifications.
Non-functional testing is the testing of a software application or system for its non-functional requirements: the way a system operates, rather than specific behaviours of that system.
This is contrast to functional testing, which tests against functional requirements that describe the functions of a system and its components.
  • Security – is a process intended to reveal flaws in the security mechanisms of an information system that protect data and maintain functionality as intended
  • Compatibility – It tests whether the application or the software product built is compatible with the hardware, operating system, database or other system software or not
  • Performance – a testing practice performed to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a particular workload
  • Usability – focuses on measuring a human-made product’s capacity to meet its intended purpose
  • Load – it helps to identify the maximum operating capacity of an application as well as any bottlenecks and determine which element is causing degradation
  • Recovery – checks how fast and better the application can recover after it has gone through any type of crash or hardware failure
  • Compliance – determines whether a product or system or just a medium complies with the requirements of a specification, contract or regulation
  • Volume – refers to testing a software application with a certain amount of data.
  • Stress – evaluates whether the system’s performance is as expected when it is low on resources
  • Localization – a software testing technique, where the product is checked to assure that it behaves according to the local culture or settings.
With so many types of functional testing and non functional testing, we always remain up to date with the latest available technologies and tools.
Some of our most used ones are:


Selenium is a portable software-testing framework for web applications composed of several components with each taking on a specific role in aiding the development of web application test automation.


Comprehensive web-based test case management software to
efficiently manage, track and organize your software testing efforts.


A powerful GUI platform to make your API development faster & easier, from building API requests through testing, documentation and sharing.


SoapUI is the world’s most widely-used open source API testing tool for SOAP and REST APIs, offering SOAP Web Services functional testing, REST API functional testing, WSDL coverage, message assertion testing and test refactoring.


Developed by Atlassian JIRA Software is built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software. It provides bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management functions


MySQL has become the leading database choice for web-based applications, used by high profile web properties including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and all five of the top websites (ranked by Alexa Internet, Inc.)