The world is moving towards Automation more rapidly than you think. With large complex software applications coming into the market, the industry is now emphasising using Automated Testing over the manual. Prepare yourself for the next trend in software testing and secure a high-paying job as Automated Tester.
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The LSET Software Automation Testing course focuses on building your skillsets with the latest testing techniques and tools. This course will teach black-box and white-box testing, automated testing, web & mobile testing, and formal testing theory and methods.
In this course, you will get introduced to Selenium IDE, RC, WebDriver and Data Driven Testing. This course will prepare you to implement your automation testing framework and build test plans, test suites, and test analysis reports. You will develop properties and assertions in code to facilitate automated test generation and create pre-conditions for methods to enable formal proof of correctness.
The course will begin with fundamental principles and processes of software testing. And then move on to creating test cases and running them using an automated testing tool. You will build an understanding of various black-box and white-box testing techniques and put this understanding into practice, creating practical sets of test cases called test suites to correctly exercise software for defect finding. By the end of this course, you will have a greater understanding of testability requirements and build skillsets for automated testing along with fault-finding techniques.
Selenium Automation Tool: Selenium is a popular open-source automated testing suite for web applications across different browsers and platforms. It provides a single interface which allows writing test scripts in various programming languages like Ruby, Java, NodeJS, PHP, Perl, Python, and C#, among others. It comes with Selenium WebDriver, also known as Selenium 2.0, which executes test scripts through browser-specific drivers. It consists of API, Library, Driver, and Framework.
Cucumber: Cucumber is an open-source software testing tool allowing us to run automated acceptance tests in a behaviour-driven development (BDD) style. Cucumber reads the specifications written in plain English text files called feature files. It scans them for test scenarios and runs those scenarios against the software we want to test. The feature files must follow a set of rules called Gherkin. Gherkin is a business-readable, domain-specific language that you use to provide test steps and expected outcomes to Cucumber.
JUnit: JUnit is a unit testing framework for the Java programming language widely used for test-driven development. JUnit is used to write and run repeatable automated tests.
Cypress: A next-generation front-end testing tool for the modern web, Cypress is a next-generation front-end testing tool. When testing modern applications, developers and quality assurance engineers experience a number of pain points. It is most often compared to Selenium, but Cypress differs fundamentally and architecturally from Selenium. Cypress is not subject to the same restrictions as Selenium. You will be able to write tests faster, easier, and more reliably as a result.
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Join the Software Automation Testing Certificate course to learn the current state-of-the-art techniques of web and mobile application test automation. LSET teaches this course in a project-based environment that lets you explore real-world applications.
*Course Schedule is subject to change. Students will be informed about the final schedule in the course induction class.
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Unit Testing: Unit test is the way of testing the smallest piece of code that can be logically isolated in a system, also known as units.
Functional Testing: Functional Testing validates the software system against the functional requirements or specifications.
Regression Testing: Regression testing is the process of re-running functional and non-functional tests to confirm that the software performs as expected after a change is made.
Black Box Testing: Black-box testing is a software testing method to check an application’s functionality without getting into the internal structures or workings of the system.
Integration Testing: Integration testing is a method to test all system modules as a group.
Keyword Driven Testing: Keyword Driven Testing is a scripting technique which uses data files to contain the keywords related to the application being tested.
Data Driven Testing: Data-Driven Testing is a method in which testing is done on the data stored in table or spreadsheet format.
Smoke Testing: Smoke Testing is a method to ensure the deployed software build is stable.
Following are the steps involved in the LSET’s project-based learning;
Step 1: Project Idea Discussion
In this step, students get introduced to the problem and develop a strategy to build the solution.
Step 2: Build Product Backlog
This step requires students to enhance the existing starter product backlog available in the project. This helps students to think about real-life business requirements and formulate them in good user stories.
Step 3: Design Releases and Sprints
In this step, students define software releases and plan sprints for each release. Students must go through sprint planning individually and learn about story points and velocity.
Step 4: Unit and Integration Tests
In this step, students learn to write unit tests to ensure every application part works fine.
Step 5: Use CICD to Deploy
In this step, students learn to use CICD (Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery) pipeline to build their application as a docker image and deploy it to Kubernetes.
London has been a leading international financial centre since the 19th century. In recent years, London has seen many FinTech start-ups and significant innovations in the banking sector. This project aims to introduce students to the financial industry and technologies used to handle billions of daily transactions. As part of this project, students will learn the current technological advances and build up their knowledge to start a simple banking application. This application uses agile project management practices to build basic functionality. Students will be presented with user stories to create the initial project backlog. Students need to enhance this backlog by adding more relevant user stories and working on them.
LSET emphasises project-based learning as it allows the students to master the course content by going through near real-world work experience. LSET projects are carefully designed to teach the industry-required skills and mindset. It motivates the students on various essential aspects like learning to work in teams, improving communication with peers, taking the initiative to look for innovative solutions, enhancing problem-solving skills, understanding the end user requirements to build user-specific products, etc.
Capstone Projects build students’ confidence in handling projects and applying their newly learned skills to solve real-world problems. This allows the students to reflect upon their learning and find the opportunity to get the most out of the course. Learn more about Capstone Projects here.
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