Manual Software Testing:
Complete Course with Certification

Tools: JIRA, Bugzilla, Trello, Postman, 21 types of Testing, 7 principles of testing, QC and QA, Companies Process models
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Objective of Software Testing Course

  • What is software testing, and why is testing crucial?

    JIRA, Bugzilla with 21 types of testing from scratch, the ability to write bug reports and test cases, and seven testing principles.

    Knowledge of the entire QC and QA process.

    Trello - Project Management Tool.

    Terminologies used in Software Testing

    Organisational Fundamental Test Process

    Process models utilised in Software Companies.

    QA position in Agile Scrum utilising JIRA

    Postman Tool API Testing for a real-time project.

    Writing test cases for web-based applications with real-world experience.

    Writing test cases for mobile applications with real-world application experience.

    Writing test cases for desktop applications with real-world experience.

Details of Software Testing Training Courses(Training)

The Arth Training Institute offers manual software testing courses that cover the whole testing spectrum and are all compliant with accepted industry certifications. Any organization depends on its software, which puts pressure on testing to get it right. In a world powered by software, these testing certification courses will be even more important. As a result, there is a huge need for specialists that possess all of the necessary software testing abilities.

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Syllabus Basic to Advanced Software Testing Course

- Introduction

- areer in Manual Testing

- Need and Terminologies used in Testing

- How to Write Testcases

- Principles of Testing

- Test Process Steps

- Level of Independence in Testing

- Levels of Testing

- Software Testing Models

- Testing levels

- Unit testing

- Integration testing

- Component interface testing

- System testing

How to Write Test Case

- Traditional waterfall development model

- Agile or Extreme development model

- V-Model

- Practical hands-on writing test cases for web-based applications

- Practical hands-on on writing test cases for mobile-based application

- Practical hands-on writing test cases for desktop-based applications.

- Introduction to Trello

Introduction to Bugzilla

- Working on Bugzilla tool

- Introduction to Jira too

- Working on Jira tool

- Automation tools

- API testing through the postman tool

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Manual Software Testing Course(Training) Fees

The Manual Software Testing Training Course fees are starting from Rs. 5,000/- and vary up to Rs. 20,000/- according to personal training, group training, online/offline course, placement laid training, live project-based training, and many more.

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Interview Questions For Software Tester

- The functioning of a software product is assessed and verified during software testing. In essence, it determines whether the software product satisfies expected requirements and ensures that it is error-free. By averting errors, lowering development expenses, and minimizing performance difficulties, testing can be said to improve the product's quality

You can test the software in many different ways. Some types of testing are conducted by software developers and some by specialized quality assurance staff. Here are a few different kinds of software testing, along with a brief description of each.

Unit Testing

- A programmed test that examines how a method or function, for example, operates inside.

Integration Testing

- ensures that a system's various parts will function as expected when put together to achieve a result.

Regression Testing

- Ensures that any new code modifications do not break any previously functioning features or functionality.

System Testing

- To ensure that the entire system functions as planned, full end-to-end testing is performed on the entire software.

Smoke Testing

- A fast test to make sure the programme runs without crashing and functions as intended at the most fundamental level. Its term stems from hardware testing, which involves simply plugging in the gadget and checking to see if smoke comes out.

Performance Testing

- Checks the reaction time and throughput under a certain load and environment to make sure the software functions as the user would expect.

User-Acceptance Testing

- Assures that the programme satisfies the needs of the users or clients. The software often reaches this stage just before going live, or into production.

Stress Testing

- Makes sure that as the load increases, the software's performance doesn't suffer. In stress testing, the programme is put to strong workloads, such as a lot of requests or strict memory requirements, to see if it functions properly.

Usability Testing

- Evaluates the software's usability. This is frequently done with a sample group of end customers who use the software and give comments on how simple or difficult it is to use.

Security Testing

- More crucial than ever right now. In order to access private information, security testing aims to defeat software security safeguards. For web-based applications or other applications involving money, security testing is essential.

Application Programming Interface is referred to as API. It allows two software components to communicate with one another. An API hides the inner workings and complexity of a piece of software, leaving the user to concentrate only on the inputs and outputs necessary to utilise it.

Developers frequently use other third-party libraries when creating new software instead of writing it entirely from scratch. An API offers a comprehensible interface that enables communication between two software components.

An API can also be used to supply data that an application needs. Take the example of creating a weather application that shows the temperature. Instead of developing the system yourself, you would use the API made available by the Meteorological Institute.

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