Black-box testing techniques include specification based and experienced-based techniques. These use external descriptions of the software, including specifications, requirements, and design to derive test cases. These tests can be functional or non-functional, though usually functional. Tester needs not to have any knowledge of internal structure or code of software under test. It can be applied to all software testing levels but is mostly employed for the higher level acceptance and system related ones.
Black box testing clearly divide user's angle from the developer's angle through visibly defined roles. Large numbers of fairly skilled testers can test the application with no ability of programming language or os. The tester is forgetful to the system architecture and does not have access to the source code. Typically, when performing B. Box testing, a tester will interact with the system's user interface by providing inputs and examine the output without knowing how and where the inputs are worked upon.
Black Box testing consists Functional testing, Integration testing, System testing and User Acceptance testing.
Functional testing: Functional testing is a key element for enhancing the quality of the developed software. The risks of releasing a new product without rigorous quality assurance have greater implications now than ever before because of the ever-changing expectations and demands of the end users. In Intellisqa we guarantees quality software product through its functional testing services irrespective of the present and future risks involved. The proficiency to manage the astounding task in functional testing to make the process seamless and error free.
MOBILE TESTING: Here in Intellisqa, devices testing scope spans smart phones, e-readers, tablets, PDAs, notebooks as some of the major categories. With numerous operating systems versions from iOS to Android and zillions of devices in the market, mobile application testing can be a huge challenge. Our frameworks empower us to extend additional test coverage for applications built with latest mobile and web technologies including HTML 5, CSS 3. With these evolving devices and underlying technology, we strive to bring in our specialized test and domain knowledge to test applications and content on devices.
CROSS BROWSER TESTING: Cross browser testing is simply what its name means- to test your website or application in multiple browsers and making sure that it works normally and as in intended without any dependencies, or compromise in Quality. This is applicable to both web and mobile applications. Our testing team fully takes care about cross browser so that application can run consistently on all platforms.
WEBSITE TESTING: Web Testing in simple terms is checking your web application for potential bugs before it’s made live or before code is moved into the production environment.
COMPATBILITY TESTING: Compatibility testing is a type of software testing used to ensure compatibility of the system/application/website built with various other objects such as other web browsers, hardware platforms, users (in case if it’s very specific type of requirement, such as a user who speaks and can read only a particular language), operating systems etc.