A web application can be accessed through a network and doesn’t need to be downloaded. Web applications have a large amount of information and it may also contain mistakes. So, the web application testing process tends to be done in-depth. The tests may include security, load stress, usability, performances, quality assurance tests, and accessibility. Some of the useful web applications development tools are Bootstrap, jQuery, js, and Ruby on Rails. Like the traditional desktop applications testing web applications undergo the same unit, integration, and system testing. The web application testing goals involve:
The applications are working correctly
Web applications have a great deal of information and it also contains mistakes, incorrect labels, omissions, and so on. Those mistakes, errors need to be corrected.