Tests identify defects, where a defect is any difference between the actual results and the expected ones. “A mistake in coding is called an error, a fault found by a tester is called a fault, a fault accepted by the development team is called a bug, and a build that fails to meet its requirements is called a failure.”
There are a variety of reasons why a program may have a fault:
The lack of resources
Steps that are invalid
A definition that is not appropriate
As we can see, the many issues and inconsistencies found throughout software are interrelated and interdependent with one another.
Different parts of our software are affected by all the above terminology, and they differ from one another in a large way. This diversity in errors and bugs slows down the software’s excellence and performance.
The following are some of the things we help our clients to achieve:
Improvements to the project code
Reduced costs due to changes introduced to the code
Enhancement of the product’s functionality
Optimizing the project development process
Developing a better architecture and process for development
In the process of code improvement, we will not only fix the errors but also determine the cause. Our team will provide a test (unit test) for each fixed error (bug), ensuring that the error will no longer appear in all future versions of your product.