WRITING TEST CASES
Applying best practice to an essential phase in the QA lifecycle
Expertly written test cases are fundamental to assuring code quality. They bring clarity to the testing process, creating a firm foundation for determining whether website or app features are functioning as expected.
How working with Digivante benefits your business
We are able to reduce the complexity involved in testing a domain, while also improving the thoroughness of coverage and accuracy in checking specific critical journeys, such as the checkout.
Whether you use the agile or waterfall model of development, we work very closely with your team to convert user stories or requirements into test cases. Our internal team of QA experts will also perform static testing, ensuring there is no gap in the requirements.
This rigorous approach ensures our global community of 55,000 testers or your own testing resource can perform your testing assignments efficiently and effectively.
We can also modify your own existing test cases for execution by our testing community. Once testing is completed, test cases from any source can then be added to the regression pack, ensuring coverage of the subsequent runs and building up a portfolio of successfully executed tests.
Furthermore, we are able to write test scripts in the Gherkin language to allow for their automation, if required.
What we'll deliver
We provide professionally written test cases to cover the user stories or requirements. Detailed steps allow for any tester to execute, even without specific system knowledge, and traceability between the requirements/user stories and the test cases.
All Digivante test cases are peer reviewed to ensure quality.
Why choose Digivante for writing test cases
Digivante lays the foundation for streamlined test case execution with best-practice test case writing. Follow the button below to speak to a consultant and we’ll call you back to discuss how this service delivers:
– Comprehensive test cases with full path coverage.
– Test cases written in a granular, unambiguous way that makes execution straightforward.
– A second level of evaluation to ensure test case quality.