Functional Software Testing for Desktop Applications
Functional Software Testing for Desktop Applications is a type of black box testing that explores desktop application aiming to determine whether it functions properly and to answer the next important questions:
- Can the users work with this?
- Do the functions work properly?
The testing for desktop apps just means using the application from the from the users’ point of view to make anunbiased assessments of the state of the desktop application.
Load Testing for Desktop Applications
Load Testing for Desktop Applications is used to determine whether your software can work properly in both normal and high-load mode. This type of testing enables you to be aware of capacity and performance capability of your desktop app.
We deliver desktop app testing services with full commitment to the following key components:
- Awareness of the environment of the tested app;
- Preparing a test plan;
- Ability to handle efficiently tools for load generation;
- Performance analysis.
Security testing for Desktop applications
Security testing for Desktop applications involves testing the potential security to prevent any issues related to weaknesses of your system. The main principles of security testing are:
- Confidentiality – strong protection against any third-party encroachment to disclose it;
- Integrity – security measures to ensure that data is verified and trusted;
- Authentication – confirming person’s identity and assuring trust;
- Availability – detecting if required data is ready for use when expected;
Regression testing of desktop apps
With CYBERGLOBIX you can be sure of getting a bug free desktop app. There are three main types of regression testing that our testers are able to perform:
- Bug-fix is an attempt to prove that fixed bug has definitely been fixed.
- Old bug-fix is a process to ensure that the recent code or data changes haven’t broken the errors which are already fixed, i.e. the old bugs won’t be reproduced again.
- Side-effect is an attempt to prove that the recent code or data changes haven’t broken other parts of the desktop app.