1. What is Testing?
a) Identify typical objectives of testing
b) Differentiate testing from debugging
2. Why is Testing Necessary?
a) Testing’s Contributions to Success: Give examples of why testing is necessary
b) Quality Assurance and Testing: Describe the relationship between testing and quality assurance and give examples of how testing contributes to higher quality
c) Distinguish between error, defect, and failure
d) Defects, Root Causes and Effects: Distinguish between the root cause of a defect and its effects
3. Test Process
a) Test Process in Context: Explain the impact of context on the test process
b) Test Activities and Tasks: the test activities and respective tasks within the test process
c) Test Work Products: Differentiate the work products that support the test process
d) Traceability between the Test Basis and Test Work Products: Explain the value of maintaining traceability between the test basis and the test work products
4. The Psychology of Testing
a) Human Psychology and Testing: Identify the psychological factors that influence the success of testing
Tester’s and Developer’s Mindsets: Explain the difference between the mindset required for test activities and the mindset required for development activities
1. Software Development Lifecycle Models
a) Software Development and Software Testing: Explain the relationships between software development activities and test activities in the software development lifecycle
b) Software Development Lifecycle Models in Context: Identify reasons why software development lifecycle models must be adapted to the context of project and product characteristics
2. Test Levels: Compare the different test levels from the perspective of objectives, test basis, test objects, typical defects and failures, and approaches and responsibilities
a) Component Testing
b) Integration Testing
c) System Testing
d) Acceptance Testing
3. Test Types: Compare functional, non-functional and white-box testing, recognize that functional, nonfunctional and white-box tests occur at any test level, Compare the purposes of confirmation testing and regression testing
a) Functional Testing
b) Non-functional Testing
c) White-box Testing
d) Change-related Testing
e) Test Types and Test Levels
f) Compare functional, non-functional and white-box testing, recognize that functional, nonfunctional and white-box tests occur at any test level, Compare the purposes of confirmation testing and regression testing
1. Static Testing Basics
a) Work Products that Can Be Examined by Static Testing
b) Benefits of Static Testing
2. Differences between Static and Dynamic Testing
a) Review Process
b) Work Product Review Process
c) Roles and responsibilities in a formal review
d) Review Types
e) Applying Review Techniques
f) Success Factors for Reviews
1. Categories of Test Techniques
a) Choosing Test Techniques
b) Categories of Test Techniques and Their Characteristics
2. Black-box Test Techniques
a) Equivalence Partitioning
b) Boundary Value Analysis
c) Decision Table Testing
d) State Transition Testing
e) Use Case Testing
f) Decision Testing and Coverage
3. Experience-based Test Techniques
a) Error Guessing
b) Exploratory Testing
1. Test Organization
a) Independent Testing
b) Tasks of a Test Manager and Tester
2. Test Planning and Estimation
a) Purpose and Content of a Test Plan
b) Test Strategy and Test Approach
c) Entry Criteria and Exit Criteria (Definition of Ready and Definition of Done)
d) Test Execution Schedule
e) Factors Influencing the Test Effort
f) Test Estimation Techniques
3. Test Monitoring and Control
a) Metrics Used in Testing
b) Purposes, Contents, and Audiences for Test Reports
4. Configuration Management
5. Risks and Testing
a) Definition of Risk
b) Product and Project Risks
c) Risk-based Testing and Product Quality
d) Defect Management
What is Agile Testing?
Getting Agile with Scrum
Concept of Epics
Writing Epics – Examples
Concept of User Stories
Writing User Stories- Examples
Monitoring Sprint status
1. Java Programming Basics
Why Java for Selenium
Creating Java Project
First Java program
Concept of class file
Datatypes in Java
String class and functions
What are Functions?
Function Input Parameters
Function Return Types
2. Object Oriented Programming in JAVA
Static and Non-Static Variables
Static and Non-Static Functions
Creating Objects in Java
Meaning of static
Why is the main method static?
Overloading and Overriding Functions
Access Modifiers – Public/Private/Default/Protected
Usage of Objects in Selenium
Usage of Inheritance in Selenium
Accessing Classes across Packages
3. Object Exception Handling
Exception handling with try catch block
Importance of exception handling
Exception and Error
Final and Finally
Throw and Throws
Different Types of Exceptions
Need of exception handling in Selenium framework
4. Automating Excel file Operations using Apache POI
Creating/Opening XL Files
Reading data from XL Sheet
Writing data into XLSheet
Counting Rows and Columns in XL Sheet
Filling BG/Font Colors
Creating ExcelUtils Class.
1. Selenium Introduction
What is Selenium?
Who developed Selenium?
Introduction to WebDriver
Installing Selenium WebDriver
Architecture of Selenium Webdriver
Creating your First Script in Webdriver
2. Launching AUT and Inspecting properties of Elements
Launching AUT in Firefox
Launching AUT in Internet Explorer
Launching AUT in Chrome
Launching AUT in Safari
Inspecting properties of Elements on different Browsers
Creating Firefox Profile
3. Finding elements using Locators
4. Creating Customize XPath/CSS Selectors
What is XPath
When to Use XPath
Absolute XPath/Relative XPath
Specifying conditions with XPath
5. Automating WebElements Operations
6. Automating Keyboard and Mouse Events
Drag & Drop Actions
Mouse Hover Action
RightClick, Double Click & Tool Tip
7. Handling Alerts
8. Handling Frames
What is iFrame?
9. Handling multiple Windows
Switching between windows
Handling elements present in different windows
Components of AutoIT
Creating Scripts in AutoIT
Creating executable files
Running AutoIT Scripts from Selenium
Advantages of TestNG over JUnit
Why do we need TestNG in Selenium?
Installing TestNG in Eclipse
Creating a New TestNG Test File
Running the TestNG Test
Checking reports created by TestNG
Creating multiple Tests
Parameterizing Tests with @dataProvider
TestNGdataProvider with Excel
Creating and Running Test Suites with TestNG.xml
Sequential Test Execution with TestNG
Parallel Test Execution with TestNG
Overview of BDD and Cucumber
How to install and setup Cucumber with Eclipse
Overview of Gherkin keywords
How to create Feature file
How to generate Step Definition file
How to integrate Cucumber with Selenium WebDriver
JUnit Test Runner Class
Data Driven Testing in Cucumber
Configure Cucumber with Maven and Jenkins
How generate Reports in Cucumber
System for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple developers. It is primarily used for source code management in software development.
Topics Covered - Git/GitHub
Introduction to Version Control System
Centralized Version Control System
Distributed Version Control System
Git Branching Model
Git Merging Branches
Detached Head For Retroscoping
GitHub For Remote Repositories
Using existing GIT Repositories With Clone
The process of building software is usually managed by a build tool in our case it's MAVEN
Maven’s primary goal is to allow a Developer to comprehend the complete state of a development effort in the shortest period of time.
Topics Covered - Maven
Introduction to Build Management
Introduction to Maven
Maven Lifecycle Phases
Building Java Applications
SonarQube is an open source platform developed by SonarSource for continuous inspection of Code Quality.
SonarQube offers reports on duplicated code, coding standards, unit tests, bugs and security vulnerabilities
SonarQube provides fully automated analysis and integration with Maven and Continuous Integration tools like Jenkins
Topics Covered - SonarQube
Introduction To Unit Testing
Perform White Box Testing
Analyzing Bugs and Vulnerabilities
Integration Of SonarQube with Maven
Jenkins is an open source automation server written in Java. Jenkins helps to automate the non-human part of the software development process, with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
Topics Covered - Jenkins
Introduction To Continuous Integration
Introduction To Continuous Delivery
Best Practices of CI-CD
Overview of Jenkins
Setting Up Jenkins
Setting Up Build Jobs
Using GitHub Webhooks
Automatically Build Binaries Using Maven On Code Changes
Distributed Builds Master - Slave Configuration
Code Quality Integration With SonarQube to test development code
Automated Releases Using Nexus Integration
CI - CD Pipeline
Pipeline As Code
How to Install JIRA
Creating Scrum Project in JIRA
Adding Users to our JIRA Account
JIRA Issue types
Workflow for a Project
Creating Product backlog in JIRA
Creating EPICS in JIRA
Creating User Stories in JIRA
Writing TestCases in JIRA
Executing TestCases from JIRA
Adding Bugs to the JIRA Project
Attaching screenshots of defects in JIRA
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