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SOFTWARE TESTING:

Software Testing is the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software error (bug, defect) and makes it quality product.Software testing is an activity to ensure that the software is defect free and to check whether the actual result matches the expected result. Testing plays an important role in software development as the evaluation of quality is important before it’s launched into the market.

What is Software Testing?

SOFTWARE TESTING is defined as an activity to check whether the actual results match the expected results and to ensure that the software system is Defect free. It involves execution of a software component or system component to evaluate one or more properties of interest.Software testing also helps to identify errors, gaps or missing requirements in contrary to the actual requirements. It can be either done manually or using automated tools. Some prefer saying Software testing as a White Box and Black Box Testing.

Why is Software Testing Important?

Testing is important because software bugs could be expensive or even dangerous. Software bugs can potentially cause monetary and human loss, and history is full of such examples.

  • In April 2015, Bloomberg terminal in London crashed due to software glitch that affected more than 300,000 traders on financial markets. It forced the government to postpone a 3bn pound debt sale.
  • Nissan cars have to recall over 1 million cars from the market due to software failure in the airbag sensory detectors. There have been two reported accidents due to this software failure.
  • Starbucks was forced to close about 60 percent of stores in the U.S and Canada due to software failure in its POS system. At one point the store served coffee for free as they were unable to process the transaction.
  • Some of the Amazon’s third party retailers saw their product price is reduced to 1p due to a software glitch. They were left with heavy losses.
  • Vulnerability in Windows 10. This bug enables users to escape from security sandboxes through a flaw in the win32k system.
  • In 2015 fighter plane F-35 fell victim to a software bug, making it unable to detect targets correctly.
  • In 1985, Canada’s Therac-25 radiation therapy machine malfunctioned due to a software bug and delivered lethal radiation doses to patients, leaving 3 people dead and critically injuring 3 others.
  • In April of 1999, a software bug caused the failure of a $1.2 billion military satellite launch, the costliest accident in history
  • In may of 1996, a software bug caused the bank accounts of 823 customers of a major U.S. bank to be credited with 920 million US dollars.

Types of Software Testing

Typically Testing is classified into three categories.

  • Functional Testing
  • Non-Functional Testing or Performance Testing
  • Maintenance (Regression and Maintenance)

Testing Levels:

  1. Unit Testing
  2. Integration Testing
  3. System Testing
  4. Acceptance Testing

Unit Testing: Unit Testing is done to check whether the individual modules of the source code are working properly. i.e. testing each and every unit of the application separately by the developer in the developer’s environment. It is AKA Module Testing or Component Testing

Integration Testing: Integration Testing is the process of testing the connectivity or data transfer between a couple of unit tested modules. It is AKA I&T Testing or String Testing. It is subdivided into Top-Down Approach, Bottom-Up Approach and Sandwich Approach (Combination of Top Down and Bottom Up).

System Testing (end to end testing): It’s a black box testing. Testing the fully integrated application this is also called end to end scenario testing. To ensure that the software works in all intended target systems. Verify thorough testing of every input in the application to check for desired outputs. Testing the users experiences with the application.

Acceptance Testing: To obtain customer sign-off so that software can be delivered and payments received. Types of Acceptance Testing are Alpha, Beta & Gamma Testing.

Read more on Levels of Testing.

BEST SOFTWARE TRAINING COMPANY IN MOHALI,CHANDIGARH.

Infosif Solutions is the one of the best leading IT/software Company that provides Software Testing training in Chandigarh, Mohali for students to build their career in IT. Software Quality Testing Training provides the concepts on software quality assurance and manual testing of applications. Students get to know about various testing types, techniques and testing methodologies. The course- ware is divided into teaching the basic concepts of software testing and then covering practical software testing with approach of writing test cases, reporting bugs, regression testing and test planning. Students will learn the following concepts under Software Testing – Manual Testing + QA + Bugzilla + Jira + QC, SQL + Database Testing, Basic & Advanced HP QTP / UFT 11.5, Basic & Advanced Selenium. Also will get to work on real time projects which will be helpful to face the real-time challenges successfully in a job. Infosif Solutions offers 100% job oriented courses after 12th. Joining a professional Software Testing course in Chandigarh exposes your career as a software tester.

Infosif Solutions recognized among the Top Ten Software Testing Company in Chandigarh Mohali which is providing training to the beginners, intermediate and experts. At Infosif Solutions, Software Testing Course in Chandigarh Mohali is conducted by working Professionals having 10+ years of experience in IT Industry. Our association with the good organization makes us capable of providing 100% placements to the students.

Duration: 6Weeks/8Weeks/12Weeks/24Weeks

*Pre-requisite Qualification(s) should be: Any Graduate having good analytical skills B.Sc.(IT), BCA, B.Tech, M.Sc.(IT),MCA,MBA(IT),M.Tech.

Software Testing Training – Course Contents in Infosif Solutions:

Manual Testing:

SQA Basics

  Basics of Computers.

  Defining Software Quality Assurance and Software Quality Control

  Need for SQA.

  What is Testing?

  Why is Testing important?

SDLC

  What is SDLC and STLC?

  Difference between SDLC and STLC

  Different SDLC models

  Different Testing techniques

  Different Testing types

Testing Concepts

  Introduction to Test Cases and Use Cases

  Creating/Designing/Executing Test Cases

  Introduction to Test plan

  Introduction to Test Case Management System

Bug Tracking and Reporting

  Fundamentals of Bug Tracking tool [Bugzilla]

  Bug Reporting basics

  Generating report in Bug tracking tool

Advanced Concepts

  Introduction to Agile & SCRUM

  Difference between Desktop and Web based Application Testing

  Introduction to test planning

Mobile Testing

  Introduction to Mobile Testing

  What is mobile application testing?

  Need of mobile application testing

  Mobile Technology

  Different Mobile OS

  Mobile devices

  Android Framework

  Emulator and Simulator

  Mobile Functional Testing with tools

  Mobile Performance testing with tools.

DATABASE TESTING:

Introduction to Database Testing

  Why back end testing is so important

  Characteristics of back end testing

  Back end testing phases

  Back end test methods

Structural back end tests

  Database schema tests

  Stored procedure tests

  Trigger tests

  Integration tests of SQL server

  Server setup scripts

  Common bug

Functional back end tests

  Dividing back end based on functionality

  Checking data integrity and consistency

  Login and user security

  Stress Testing

  Test back end via front end

  Benchmark testing

  Common bugs

Testing The Nightly downloading and Distribution jobs

  Batch jobs

  Data downloading

  Data conversion

  Data distribution

  Nightly time window

  Common bugs

Testing the Interfaces to Transaction APIS

  APIs’ queries to back end

  Outputs of back end to APIs

Other Database testing Issues

  Test tips

  Test tools

  Useful query

QTP

  BASIC

  Create the basic test

  Introduction to Quick Test

  Benefits of Quick Test Professional as a Test Automation Tool

  Prepare to Record

  Record and Run a Test

  The Object Repository and Object Identification

  Synchronizing Tests

  Create Tests on a Web Application

  Using Checkpoints (Web and Windows)

  Enhance Tests with Checkpoints

  Enhance Checkpoints with Parameters

  Use Regular Expressions

  Parameters and Data Driven

  Create Data-Driven tests

  Working with Actions

  Introduction to the Expert View

  Object Model in the Expert View

  Interpreting the Expert View script

  Function Libraries

  Descriptive Programming

  Recovery Scenarios

  Object Repository Custom Configuration

  Object Recognition and Smart Identification

Advance

  Object Repository Local and Shared

  Generate Script (Settings, options, Object identification)

  Create Custom Check-Points using VB Scripting

  Linear Scripting and Test Library Architecture Framework

  Data-Driven Framework

  Keyword-Driven Framework

  Generating Scripts

  Creation of Scenarios

  Analyzing Results

Selenium

  Automation Introduction

  Selenium Introduction

  Overview of selenium components

  Introduction of Selenium

  Selenium – IDE

  Test Suites

  Selenium and WebDriver

  Selenium (Selenium RC)

 Live Project

Software Testing Training Certification, Placement and other Activities

  Free Spoken English, Personality Development and Interview Preparation (HR+Technical) Classes on Daily basis so that students need not to struggle for jobs as a fresher

  Life-Time Learning and Placement Card

  6 Months/6 Weeks Training +  Project Certificate By Infosif

  Software Quality Testing Experience Certificate by Infosif

 Job Interview Preparation

  Multiple Job Interviews + 100% Job Assistance

  Part Time / Full Time Job Offer for each student during training (Earn while you learn)

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