Software Testing

Software Testing

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  • 102 Lectures

  • 502 Student Enrolled
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Software Testing Training

Testing Training

Course Overview

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Requirements
  • A background in computer science
  • Basic knowledge of Database/ SQL
  • Basic knowledge of Linux commands
  • Analytical and communication skills
  • Passionate about the field

What you'll learn

This course aims to help you understand the fundamental principles and processes involved in software testing. You will be able to create test cases and run them using automated testing tools.

By the end of the course, you will instinctively write and recognize good test cases, including input data and expected outcomes.

A lite version of the course structure looks something like below:

  • Java Basics Refresher for Selenium
  • Selenium WebDriver and Locators
  • Interacting with Web Elements and Waits in Selenium
  • TestNG Framework
  • Handling Web UI Elements
  • Selenium Grid and Robot Class
  • Selenium IDE and Page Object Model
  • Automation Frameworks
  • BDD Framework with Cucumber

Software Testing is a unique process in the software development cycle where the quality check, completeness and correctness of the software is ensured. It involves multiple activities carried out by trained professionals who aim to find all the flaws with a software before it is released to the market for the users.

It involves the use of manual or automated tools that can effectively be focused on one or more properties of interest. The main objective of software testing is to find variations and gaps in the working of a software that deviates from the expected results.

Testers are the last line of quality check and they employ automated and manual tests to ensure that the software created is free from bugs or defects. Testers will be involved in the development of software systems and technical products including vehicles, electronic goods, defence, and healthcare accessories.

The main responsibilities of a software tester includes:

  • Work with developers support teams
  • Understand user and business requirements
  • Carry out stress testing, performance testing, functional testing and scalability testing
  • Check for bugs in web and mobile
  • Write bug reports and review documentation
  • Design tests, troubleshoot and suggest solutions to developers
  • Communicate findings to technical and non-technical colleagues

Usually, software testers have a background in computer science like a degree in software engineering or IT. However, the role is open to people from a variety of fields including:

People in the following roles will benefit the most from this course:

  • chemistry
  • electrical engineering
  • mathematics
  • physics

Anybody with active interest in becoming a software tester can take this course as a foundation towards that dream.

Software testers are needed in almost all the industries that employ software development. Some of these are:

  • financial services
  • healthcare
  • manufacturing
  • media
  • professional services
  • public sector
  • retail
  • telecommunications
  • transport

Career progression in the field of testing can be very rapid. You might start off in an entry level position, but by gaining experience with different testing methods and exposure to different systems, you can considerably advance your career.

  • - Most comprehensive and well-structured course covering basics to advanced topics, allowing you to master the complete niche.
  • - Certified Trainers with extensive real-time experience in the Data Science domain and an immense passion for teaching.
  • - Top-notch course with a perfect blend of theory, case studies, and capstone projects, along with an assignment for every taught concept.
  • - 100% Job Placement assistance. Frequent mock interviews to evaluate and improve your knowledge and expertise. Facilitation of interviews with various top companies. Help in building a great resume, optimizing LinkedIn profile, and improving your marketability.

Course Circullum

  • Topics:
  • Features of Java
  • Classes, Objects, Methods, and Constructors
  • Datatypes in Java
  • Types of Variables in Java
  • Basic Operators in Java
  • Control Flow Statements
  • Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
  • Exception Handling Mechanisms
  • Hands-On:
  • Methods and Constructors
  • Decision-Making Statements
  • Looping Statements
  • Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
  • Exception Handling Mechanisms
  • Topics:
  • Collection Framework (ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet, and LinkedHashSet)
  • Map Interface in Java
  • Types of Applications (Desktop, Web, Mobile, Hybrid)
  • Software Testing Methods (Manual and Test Automation)
  • Test Automation Types (Unit Testing, API Testing, GUI Testing)
  • Test Automation Frameworks
  • Test Automation Tools
  • Test Automation Process
  • Components of Selenium Suite
  • Types of Testing
  • Selenium vs. Other Testing Tools
  • Integration of Selenium with Other Tools
  • Hands-On:
  • ArrayList and LinkedList
  • HashSet and LinkedHashSet
  • HashMap
  • Topics:
  • Introduction to Selenium WebDriver
  • Evolution of Selenium WebDriver
  • Advantages of Selenium WebDriver
  • Selenium WebDriver Architecture
  • Introduction to Web elements
  • Locating Web elements using various Locators (ID, Name, Class Name, Tag Name, Link Text, Partial Link Text, CSS Selector, and XPath)
  • Introduction to XPath
  • Types of XPath
  • XPath Functions and Customisations
  • Hands-On:
  • Locating Web elements using various Locators
  • Absolute and Relative XPath
  • XPath Functions
  • XPath Axes
  • Topics:
  • What are CSS Selectors?
  • Locating Web Elements using CSS Selectors
  • Selenium Commands in WebDriver
  • Interacting with Web Elements
  • Performing Actions on Web Elements
  • Checking the Web Element state
  • Types of Waits in Selenium
  • Hands-On:
  • Locating Web Elements using CSS Selectors
  • Selenium Commands in WebDriver
  • Types of Waits in Selenium
  • Introduction to TestNG
  • Installing TestNG Plug-in in Eclipse
  • Rules to write TestNG
  • Annotations
  • Grouping
  • Sequencing
  • Parameterization
  • Parallel/Cross Browser Testing
  • Introduction to Reports
  • Types of Reports
  • Hands-On:
  • Installing TestNG Plugin
  • Executing a TestNG Script
  • TestNG Assertions
  • TestNG Parameters
  • Parallel Testing using TestNG
  • TestNG Reporting
  • Topics:
  • What are Alerts?
  • Types of Alerts
  • Alert Interface methods
  • Handling Alerts in Selenium WebDriver
  • What is a Modal Dialog Box?
  • Handling Modal Dialog Box using Selenium WebDriver
  • Handling Multiple Windows and Multiple Tabs using Selenium WebDriver
  • Scrolling on a web page using JavaScriptExecutor
  • Verifying Tooltip using Selenium WebDriver
  • Hands-On:
  • Handling different types of Alerts using Selenium WebDriver
  • Handling Modal Dialog Box using Selenium WebDriver
  • Handling Multiple Windows and Multiple Tabs using Selenium WebDriver
  • Scrolling on a web page using JavaScriptExecutor
  • Verifying a Tooltip using Selenium WebDriver
  • Topics:
  • What is an IFrame?
  • Identifying an IFrame
  • Switching to IFrames using Selenium WebDriver
  • Select Class in Selenium WebDriver
  • Methods under Select Class
  • Handling Dropdowns and Multiple Select Operations using Select Class
  • Actions Class and Action Interface
  • Methods for handling Keyboard and Mouse based interactions
  • Testing Drag and Drop and Mouse Hover functionality using Actions Class
  • Hands-On:
  • Handling IFrames using Selenium WebDriver
  • Handling Dropdowns and Multiple Select Operations
  • Handling Keyboard and Mouse-based Interactions using Actions Class
  • Topics:
  • Introduction to Selenium Grid
  • Selenium Grid Architecture
  • Deploy a Grid
  • Introduction to Robot class
  • Methods under Robot class (KeyPress, Key Release, Mouse Press, Mouse Release, Mouse Move)
  • Implementation of the Robot class
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the Robot class
  • Limitations of the Robot class
  • Hands-On:
  • Running Test Scripts on Selenium Grid
  • Robot Class methods
  • Topics:
  • What is Selenium IDE?
  • Features of Selenium IDE
  • Selenium IDE Interface
  • Selenese in Selenium IDE
  • Why Page Object Model?
  • What is Page Object Model?
  • What is Page Factory?
  • Advantages of POM
  • Implementing POM using Selenium WebDriver
  • Implementing POM with Page Factory
  • Hands-On:
  • Test Case in Selenium IDE
  • Page Object Model using Selenium WebDriver
  • Page Object Model with Page Factory
  • Topics:
  • Introduction to Selenium Frameworks
  • Types of Selenium Frameworks
  • Introduction to Data-Driven Test Framework
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Data-Driven Test Framework
  • Best practices of Data-Driven Testing
  • Apache POI
  • Data Providers
  • Hands-On:
  • Data-Driven Test Framework using POI and Data Providers
  • Topics:
  • Introduction to Keyword-Driven Test Framework
  • Uses of Keyword-Driven Test Framework
  • Keyword-Driven Framework Components
  • Advantages and Limitations of Keyword-Driven Testing
  • Implement Keyword-Driven Framework
  • Introduction to Hybrid Driven Test Framework
  • Advantages and Limitations of Hybrid Test Framework
  • Utilize the Page Object Model with Hybrid Framework
  • Implementing Hybrid Test Framework
  • Hands-On:
  • Keyword-Driven Test Framework
  • Hybrid Driven Test Framework with Page Object Model
  • Topics:
  • Agile Testing
  • Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)
  • Advantages and Limitations of BDD
  • Cucumber Fundamentals
  • Gherkin Syntax in Cucumber
  • Step Definition for Cucumber Feature File
  • Advantages of Cucumber
  • Implementing BDD Framework using Cucumber
  • Hands-On:
  • BDD with Cucumber

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FAQs

Software testing as a profession is open to people from any background. The candidates enrolling this course are not necessarily required to be from a computer science background. He/she can belong to B.A, B.Com, or B.E and still take up the course.

No! Just a basic laptop should be sufficient to run most of the tools and softwares involved.

Yes. Our team has compiled a list of the best software testing resources including study materials, cheat sheets, data sets, videos, which you get access to when you join our course.

Kodecampus has its dedicated Placement Assistance Team(PAT). The team helps you in all the aspects of securing your dream job, from improving your marketability to conducting mock interviews.

This software testing course is comprehensive, relevant, and contemporary, meeting all the present demands of the IT Industry. Don't expect it to be some repurposed or repackaged content of redundant archaic course materials.

What's more is that we continually upgrade the content of this course with the changes in technology, trends, and demands to provide you the best learning experience.

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Jagan Krishna27 Oct 2019

4.9

" The instructors did a wonderful job in conveying the concepts properly and precisely. The corresponding assignments also played a major role in helping me understand the practical side better"

Swarna Suri2 Nov May 2019

3.7

"I started this course with very little knowledge about programming. However, never at any point did I feel that was a drawback for me. Thank you Kodecampus for such an informative course"

Indra Dubey10 Nov 2019

4.2

“Very effective course. The team of instructors made sure to help me in clearing all my doubts and queries.”

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