What is the web application testing

A web application testing is performance tools, it used to test web application and interface. It is used to check load and stress performance of the website and other web interfaces.

Basic testing techniques for application testing-

Functionality testing- It is a software process tool which is used within software development, it conforms and ensures to all requirement. In web application functionality testing cloud cover different things like whether all the link are working in the web application, testing pages individually, cookies testing, Validations and languages testing etc.

Usability testing- It is important that you follow all the conventions and web standard while developing the web application. You must have followed at the time of website developing the standard and instruction which are defined.

Compatibility testing- It check your web application to browser capability of your website on the server, operating system capability and mobile browser and printing capability of the web application. Compatibility testing is a part of software whcih use to confirms no-functional testing. It will also confirmation application is a capability to run in different computing environment.

Wen UI testing- It will ensure that all the individual component in the web application are connected appropriately and it will be working properly or not. It is useful for the graphical interface that it will work properly or not. How it interacts with users, the specification of UI system etc.

Top four testing tools-

  1. DOJO testing
  2. FlexMonkey
  3. LinkTiger
  4. TestingWhiz

These are the open source and test management system which are carrying to the management of the website, load testing, mobile testing,  page speed testing, link checking and validation of website. You can use this technology to test your website, you will get these tools on Google. You just have to type the name of the tool and search on Google and you will get an exact program for testing your website.

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