Web Application Testing
Web application testing, a software testing technique exclusively adopted to test the applications that are hosted on web in which the application interfaces and other functionalities are tested.
Mobile Application Testing
More and more consumers are using mobile / smart phones – so mobile applications are a great way to directly connect with customers. They connect with consumers in real-time and therefore provide services anytime anywhere. Mobile applications can be categorized under communications, games, utilities, multimedia, productivity and travel based on their functionality. From a technical point of view, mobile applications can be differentiated by the runtime environment they run in: Operating systems such as Symbian, Windows Mobile and Linux Platforms and virtual machines such as .Net Mobile, Java/J2ME, BREW, Flash Lite and Silverlight Note: This article discusses testing of JAVA/J2ME based mobile applications. Although, similar approach may be followed for testing mobile applications based on other platforms.
Source Code Analysis

Source code analysis is the automated testing of source code for the purpose of debugging a computer program or application before it is distributed or sold. Source code consists of statements created with a text editor or visual programming tool and then saved in a file. The source code is the most permanent form of a program, even though the program may later be modified, improved or upgraded. Source code analysis can be either static or dynamic. In static analysis, debugging is done by examining the code without actually executing the program. This can reveal errors at an early stage in program development, often eliminating the need for multiple revisions later. After static analysis has been done, dynamic analysis is performed in an effort to uncover more subtle defects or vulnerabilities. Dynamic analysis consists of real-time program testing. A major advantage of this method is the fact that it does not require developers to make educated guesses at situations likely to produce errors. Other advantages include eliminating unnecessary program components and ensuring that the program under test is compatible with other programs likely to be run concurrently. Superior source code analysis offers greater security