SOFTWARE TESTING – Software Testing Course in Jayanagar
Software Testing is the process of executing an application with an intent to identify the bugs present in the application or software. The main objective of Software Testing is to ensure that the application meets the requirements specified in the requirements document(SRS). Contact us Now for Software Testing Course in Jayanagar Bangalore.
Software Testing is considered as the one of the important and necessary phases in SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) because of the following reasons given below:
1. Software Testing helps to verify that complete software requirements are implemented correctly or not, means it is implemented according to the defined requirements or not.
2. Software Testing definitely helps in identifying defects/bugs and ensuring they are recognized/addressed before software deployment stage(client place).
3. Software Testing also demonstrates that software/application appears to be working according to specifications and the performance requirements that have been defined is also met.
4. One of the main reason why testing is important in SDLC is, testing helps to verify proper integration and interaction of each component(unit) in the system.
Software Testing life cycle.
IT refers to all the activities performed during testing of a software product. The phases include-
Requirement analyses and validation – In this phase the requirements documents are analysed and validated and scope of testing is defined.
Test planning – In this phase test plan strategy is defined, estimation of test effort is defined along with automation strategy and tool selection is done.
Test Design and analysis – In this phase test cases are designed, test data is prepared and automation scripts are implemented.
Test environment setup – A test environment closely simulating the real world environment is prepared.
Test execution – The test cases are prepared, bugs are reported and retested once resolved.
Test closure and reporting – A test closure report is prepared having the final test results summary, learning and test metrics.
Testing can broadly be defined into two types:
Functional testing – Functional testing involves validating the functional specifications of the system.
Non Functional testing – Non functional testing is a type of testing that involves testing of non-functional requirements of the system such as performance, scalability, security, endurance, portability etc.
Going by the way the testing is done, it can be categorized as-
Black box testing – In black box testing, the tester need not have any knowledge of the internal architecture or implementation of the system(Code). The tester interact with the system through the interface providing input and validating the received output.
Mainly Functional and Non Functional testing is done in this type testing
White box testing – In white box testing, the tester analyses the internal architecture of the system as well as the quality of source code on different parameters like code optimization, code coverage, reusability etc.Usually tester with programming knowledge or Developer do whit
Gray box testing – In gray box testing, the tester has partial access to the internal architecture of the system e.g. the tester may have access to the design documents or database structure. This information helps tester to test the application better.It is combination of White Box and Black Box Testing.
Automation testing training like Selenium, QTP/UFT and Performance Testing tool like LoadRunner and JMeter etc also available
The software testing course is aimed at mastering in both Manual Testing and Automation Testing. We also offer customized training for individual and companies.