Our Ultimate Website Testing Model 

In today’s competitive and constantly evolving web-based setups, it is important for companies and organizations to extensively test their web-based applications before launching their website. 

Every application, whether web-based, mobile-based, or desktop-based, is witnessing an increase in users. Given the variety of devices, accessibility has advanced significantly in recent years. 

Hence, organizations gain confidence that their applications will run smoothly and be widely supported by end users by conducting rigorous web application testing. 

Before we get into the specifics of web testing, let us understand what web testing is.

What exactly is web testing?

Web testing is the process of examining your web application or website for prospective bugs and loopholes before making it available to the general public. Web testing & QA examines the web application or website’s functionality, usability, security, compatibility, and performance.

During this stage, issues such as web application security, site functionality, accessibility to disabled and normal users, and traffic network capacity are evaluated.

Types of Website Testing Techniques

Web testing criticises the achievement of application-catching critical bugs prior to code transfer to production. Web testing can be subdivided into several components, including but not limited to:

1. Functionality Testing

The primary goal of functional testing is to verify that all features within a web app operate smoothly and without technical difficulties. Functional testing in a web application could include checking whether all links are operating properly, testing forms on all pages, testing cookies, assessing HTML or CSS, testing databases for security, and so on.

It is also important to verify that the testing phase covers all of the boundary situations that must be tested. In addition, irrelevant input should result in a suitable error message.

2. Usability Testing

When it refers to making the application user-friendly and effective, the user interface must adhere to guidelines. When creating a web-based application, it is important that you comply with all global conventions and web standards. Usability testing is suitable for applications that aim to automate manual processes.

However, when approaching usability testing, certain significant aspects such as proper navigation, site map, avoiding over-crowded content, and more should be kept in mind.

3. Web User Interface Testing

Interface testing ensures that the three main components of a web application, namely the web server, web browser, and database, function together. This type of testing defines whether or not data transfer is interrupted. Following that, the communication between various interfaces is thoroughly tested.

4. Compatibility Testing

This testing procedure allows a web application to be compatible with every browser. Browser compatibility, operating system compatibility, and device compatibility are the three levels of compatibility testing.

The rendering of web elements such as buttons, text fields, and so on varies based on the operating system. Verify that your website functions correctly on a range of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and Mac, as well as browsers like Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.

5. Performance Testing

This is where a specific web application is tested to see how well it performs under stress and heavy workload. The application’s performance under various internet speeds, networks, and browsers is also being worked on. 

Website Stress testing is one type of testing that is used to ascertain how much stress a web application can withstand before failing to function.

Website Stress testing is one type of testing that is used to ascertain how much stress a web application can withstand before failing to function. Also, how an application performs when run through multiple hardware configurations, and what mechanisms must be structured to keep the application from blowing up. Under the coverage of website performance testing, all of the aforementioned aspects are extensively examined and tested.

Best Tools For Web Application Testing

In this comprehensive list, we have included all of the popular web application testing tools that Atlas SoftWeb uses for testing purposes. 

1. Postman

The Postman testing tool is a thorough API development platform that includes a variety of built-in tools that assist each stage of the API lifecycle. 

The Postman tool empowers you to design, mock, debug, automate testing, document, track, and publish APIs all from a single location. Postman is available as a native app for macOS, Linux, and Windows.

2. Selenium

Selenium is a free and open-source automated testing suite for web applications. It is regarded as one of the most effective automated regression testing tools for web testing. It works with a variety of platforms and browsers.

In the context of web-based automated testing, it has grown in popularity. Selenium is a collection of software tools. Each tool takes a unique framework for web-based automation testing assistance.

It has four components:

  • Selenium IDE (Selenium Integrated Development Environment)
  • Selenium RC (Selenium Remote Control)
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Selenium Grid

3. Mantis

Mantis is a free and open-source bug-tracking system that can be used to track software defects for a variety of software projects. The Mantis can be easily downloaded and installed for your use. MantisBT now offers a hosted version of the application as well. It can be easily customised to map your software development workflow.

Mantis Bug Tracker has some notable characteristics.

Email notifications: It sends emails to stakeholders about updates, comments, and resolutions.

Access Control: At the project level, you can control user access.

Mantis can be easily customised to meet your specific needs.

Mantis facilitates the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone platforms.

Plugins: An ever-expanding library of plugins for customising Mantis Issue Tracker.

These are just a few of the major web test automation tools that we use. You can use them to test your web applications. We can shift to different tools as per the client’s needs as well.

Our Best Website Testing Services

Atlas SoftWeb has been renowned for its website testing services. We have experts who thoroughly examine websites. One of our recent best-delivered Testing projects was OfficeTogether

OfficeTogether is a workplace collaboration platform designed specifically for the hybrid workplace. It empowers teams to re-unite their employees at the office.

Our expert QA team understands the requirements of the website. The major challenge is that its functionality shouldn’t get affected. Hence, we have made a proper analysis of the website and performed testing accordingly.

The team majorly performed regression testing at both the production & staging environments, detecting bugs, verifying the logs, communicating on ongoing processes, etc.

And we have deployed the project successfully. You can check out it through the client’s testimonial video below:


To sum up, Website Testing services are crucial for identifying your website’s serious shortcomings. You must test each component to identify any problems. Then you must address those obstacles to ensure that your website runs smoothly. 

It is necessary to ensure that end users do not encounter any difficulties while browsing your website. The more web testing is done, the fewer bugs there will be. Users are more satisfied when bugs are reduced.

Moreover, Atlas SoftWeb plans a comprehensive quality assurance strategy that addresses the distinctive challenges and requirements of web application testing. 

Even if you are an IT firm, hiring third-party website testing can be a more profitable option to get accuracy in a cost-effective way. 
Hire website tester experts to enhance your application’s overall user experience by employing our testing strategies.

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