The customer specializes in generating digital money. It offers cloud-based financial service whereby users can transfer deposits of digital money into reserve-backed currencies and commodities. The application provides high level of security for confidential enterprise information and money transferring.
The customer needed to translate the website and web application to the Russian language. Besides, there was a need to pass user acceptance tests before the product went live.
a1qa team focused on localizing tasks and functional testing. When localizing the product, the Webtranslateit™ environment was used. When the defects were found, reported and fixed, QA engineers checked that all issues were fixed correctly.
- Functional testing
- Localization testing
- Mobile application testing
TECHNOLOGIES & TOOLS
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari
- Mozilla Firefox
- MS Internet Explorer
- Android browser
- Web TranslateIt
CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
Tests required flexible approach:
- Testing procedures were adjusted to the customer's need.
It was necessary to work with the GitHub hosting service:
- The a1qa team stored defects in GitHub.
Most of the requirements were not documented:
- Functional and mobile testing was based on the company's experience and the product itself.
There were many video files without translation on the website:
- a1qa suggested to add other languages and translated subtitles for all video files.
6months of project duration
4QA engineers and technical writers on the project
12mobile devices tested
285Major and Critical defects detected
813test cases created and executed
1200strings of the web application translated
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