Our quality assurance process starts early: we’re evaluating
potential difficulties when planning the development of your
product. Later on, as code is being written, we test individual
snippets as well as complete features.
Software testing is an integral part of our development process. Our
programmers write unit tests that verify the performance of
different components of their code. When these tests are passed,
they combine units into larger groups for integration testing,
making sure that they work well together.
All elements of your product are manually verified against the
requirements before they’re greenlit for production. Acceptance
testing helps us make sure that the product is not only functional,
but also exactly what we agreed on during the design stage.
Something that needs to be tested before your product is launched,
is how it behaves when hundreds or thousands of people are using it
at the same time. Such scenarios can be simulated during load
testing which helps us prepare your app for any traffic peaks.
Continuous Integration (CI) means that developers merge their code
with the shared branch regularly, usually a couple of times per day.
Such integrations are then tested with an automated build, so if
there’s an issue, we know about it right away. This approach saves a
lot of debugging time and makes the delivery process smoother.
Continuous Deployment (CD) is yet another practice of a lean DevOps
process. The main premise of CD is that, once a feature has passed
its acceptance test, it’s automatically deployed to production.
There are two main benefits of this process. Firstly, your customers
receive a steady stream of improvements, without having to wait for
a big bang release. Secondly, the development process is less risky
and faster, as there’s no need to pause everything for releases.
Cloud-based infrastructure is reliable and very flexible. We work
with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to create an
ecosystem for your app that is secure and allows for simple