eCommerce, web & Android app development for Stevenage

Why choose New Media Aid?
Bespoke web app developers, Android app developers and ecommerce website developers for Stevenage, Hertfordshire. Our low cost cutting-edge app development team is only 5 miles away from Stevenage. The development cost of a bespoke Android app, web app or ecommerce website for organisations in Hertfordshire will usually be between £2,000 and £5,000.

We develop cutting-edge, custom-made, mobile-friendly web apps, e-commerce websites and Android apps for companies in Hertfordshire. Web, ecommerce and Android app developers you can trust to deliver modern, mobile-friendly web apps or websites as well as bespoke Android apps and ecommerce solutions only 5 miles from Stevenage.

Learn a new useless fact each day!
As well as the wonderful town of Stevenage being 5 miles from our app development office in Hitchin, 5 is also the version of Android unveiled under the codename "Android L" at Google I/O 2014 then officially released as Android 5.0 (Lollipop) in November 2014 and was the first version of Android where Android Runtime (ART) replaced Dalvik to help improve app performance and battery life. (Android Lollipop).


Useful web app developers term of the day: Testing

Software testing is the process of evaluating a software application or system to ensure that it meets the specified requirements, functions correctly, and is free from defects or errors. The objective of software testing is to identify issues and prevent them from affecting the end-users, reduce development and maintenance costs, and enhance the quality of the software.

Software testing is an integral part of the software development life cycle (SDLC), and it can be performed at different stages, such as unit testing, integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing, and regression testing.

Some of the common types of software testing include:

  1. Functional testing: Verifies that the software meets the functional requirements and performs as expected.
  2. Performance testing: Tests the software's ability to handle a specific workload and evaluates its speed, scalability, and stability.
  3. Security testing: Checks the software's ability to withstand external threats and maintain data privacy and security.
  4. Usability testing: Evaluates the software's ease of use and user-friendliness.
  5. Compatibility testing: Ensures that the software works correctly on different platforms, operating systems, and devices.
  6. Regression testing: Checks whether the changes made to the software do not introduce any new issues or errors.

Software testing can be performed manually or using automated testing tools. Manual testing involves human intervention to execute test cases and validate the software's functionality. Automated testing involves using specialized software tools to automate the testing process and execute test cases automatically.


Software testing is a process of evaluating a software application or system to detect bugs, defects or errors, and to ensure that it meets the specified requirements and performs as expected. The primary objective of software testing is to identify defects and prevent them from causing issues or failures in the software.

There are various types of software testing techniques that are used to evaluate different aspects of a software system. These include:

  1. Functional testing: This type of testing involves testing the functionality of the software to ensure that it meets the specified requirements.

  2. Performance testing: Performance testing evaluates the software's ability to perform under various conditions, such as high load, stress, or concurrency.

  3. Security testing: Security testing is used to identify vulnerabilities and ensure that the software is secure against potential attacks.

  4. Usability testing: Usability testing evaluates the software's user interface and user experience to ensure that it is easy to use and navigate.

  5. Compatibility testing: Compatibility testing evaluates the software's ability to work with different operating systems, devices, and browsers.

  6. Regression testing: Regression testing is performed to ensure that changes or updates to the software do not introduce new defects or issues.

  7. Acceptance testing: Acceptance testing is performed by the end-user or customer to ensure that the software meets their requirements and is ready for deployment.

Software testing is an essential part of the software development process, as it helps to improve the quality of the software, minimize the risk of failures, and increase customer satisfaction.



Crimes reported in Stevenage
Our custom app development prices are criminally low, but not as criminal as these events recently reported in Stevenage.

What's with the crime stats?
We thought we would show you some Stevenage crimes reported in Jan 2024 to highlight how external cloud-based API data can be integrated within apps.

bicycle theft
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
burglary
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • High Street (Under investigation)
  • Ingelheim Court (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • York Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Marshgate (Under investigation)
criminal damage arson
  • Inskip Crescent (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Trent Close (Under investigation)
  • Watson Road (Under investigation)
  • Prestatyn Close (Under investigation)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
drugs
  • Parking Area (Local resolution)
  • Douglas Drive (Under investigation)
  • Harper Court (Under investigation)
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Awaiting court outcome)
other theft
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Petrol Station (Under investigation)
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Petrol Station (Under investigation)
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
possession of weapons
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Eastgate (Under investigation)
  • High Street (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Durham Road (Under investigation)
  • Buckthorn Avenue (Under investigation)
public order
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Police Station (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Fairlight Close (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • A602 (Awaiting court outcome)
robbery
  • Bowling Green (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Nightclub (Under investigation)
  • Essex Close (Under investigation)
shoplifting
  • Parking Area (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Marshgate (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
theft from the person
  • A602 (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
vehicle crime
  • Whittington Lane (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Cleviscroft (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Rowan Crescent (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
violent crime
  • High Street (Under investigation)
  • Shopping Area (Under investigation)
  • Police Station (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Wisden Road (Under investigation)
  • Barclay Crescent (Unable to prosecute suspect)
other crime
  • Parking Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Middle Row (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Police Station (Under investigation)
  • Shopping Area (Under investigation)
  • Webb Rise (Under investigation)
We are only 5 miles from Stevenage