In order to make sure, the released software is safe and functions as expected, we perform explicit operations to test it’s quality. We relies on our Infosec expertise team and can be assured through code review, analysis and refactoring. From basic phase to till deliver phase we are adjoined in detecting and solving technical issues in the software and assessing the overall product usability, performance, security, and compatibility of the product. Eventually our quality control team focuses on the practical use of software, from the point of view of the user: its features, performance, ease of use, absence of defects.
The code and software quality is important, as it payoff the overall software quality. And quality impacts how safe, secure, and reliable your codebase is. High quality is critical for many development teams today. And it’s especially important for those developing safety-critical systems.
Maintainability measures how easily software can be maintained. It relates to the size, consistency, structure, and complexity of the codebase. And ensuring maintainable source code relies on a number of factors, such as testability and understandability. You can’t use a single metric to ensure maintainability. Some metrics you may consider to improve maintainability are the number of stylistic warnings and Halstead complexity measures.
Quality should be a precedence from the very start of development. There isn’t always the grandeur of time as development progresses. That’s why it’s important to analyze code before code scrutiny begin. And it’s best to analyze progress.
In order to make sure the released software is safe and functions as expected, the concept of software quality was introduced. It is often defined as the degree of conformance to explicit or implicit requirements and expectations. Often used interchangeably, the three terms refer to moderately different outlook of software quality management. Despite a common goal of delivering a product of the best possible quality, both structurally and functionally, they use different approaches to this task.