Our software testing tutorials are designed for beginners with little or no knowledge of software testing. With our manual testing tutorial, you will learn different types of testing, testing concepts and methodologies with a practical approach. We will start with the basics of software testing and as the course progresses, we will move to more advanced stuff.
Software Testing Course
Complete software testing course covering theoretical testing concepts. With this manual testing tutorial, you will understand the different testing jargon, learn test case creation using the different test case design techniques along with templates for creating test cases and logging defects.
- What is Software Testing?
- Quality Assurance
- Verification and Validation
- STLC – Software Testing Life Cycle
- Different Levels of Testing
- Test Design Techniques
- Specification-based Test Design Techniques [Black-box]
- Equivalence Class Partitioning
- Boundary Value Analysis
- Structure-based Test Design Techniques [White-box]
- What is a Test Strategy?
- What is a Test Plan?
- Test Scenario – Definition & Examples
- What is a Test Case?
- Test case Template (Download Xls)
- How to write effective test cases?
- Defect and Defect Reporting Template
- Defect Life Cycle
- Requirement Traceability Matrix
Different types of testing
In this section, we tried to cover the different aspects of some of the most popular testing types. With these tutorials, you will be able to know the definition, features, advantages, and disadvantages of the different testing types.
- Manual Testing
- Automation Testing
- Performance Testing
- Load Testing
- Stress Testing
- Endurance Testing
- Volume Testing
- Functional Testing
- Non-Functional Testing
- Black-box Testing
- White-box Testing
- Grey-box Testing
- Negative Testing
- Alpha Testing
- Beta Testing
- Smoke Testing
- Sanity Testing
- Regression Testing
- A/B Testing
- Monkey Testing
- Adhoc Testing
- Usability Testing
- Security Testing
- Exploratory Testing
- Cross-browser Testing
- Compatibility Testing
- Reliability Testing
- ETL Testing
- Database Testing
- Agile Testing
- Mutation Testing
Software Development Life Cycle Models
In Software Engineering, the software development life cycle is the systematic approach of defining the different sets of activities performed in the various phases of software development. Here, we will learn the usage, advantages, and disadvantages of the different SDLC models.
What is SDLC?
Difference between some of the most popular and confusing testing terms. Here, we will find the fundamental difference between the two terms which will help you in your software testing interviews.
- Manual and Automation Testing
- Smoke and Sanity Testing
- White-box and Black-box Testing
- System and Integration Testing
- Verification and Validation
- Quality Assurance and Quality Control
- SDLC and STLC
- Test Plan and Test Strategy
- Test Case and Test Scenario
- Agile and Waterfall Model
- Agile and Scrum Methodology
- REST and SOAP Web Service
- Web Application and Desktop Application
- Web Service and Website
- Assert and Verify
- Error, Defect, Fault, Failure and Bug
Frequently asked test scenarios in testing interviews. These tutorials will help you in developing a testing mindset which will further help in test case creation and testing of different types of applications.
- Test Scenarios of Pen
- Test Scenarios of ATM Machine
- Test Scenarios of E-commerce Website
- Test Scenarios of Facebook
- Test Scenarios of Google Search
- Test Scenarios of White Board
For more such test scenarios, check – Test Scenario Examples.
ISTQB Certification Exam
ISTQB stands for International Software Testing Qualification Board. It is an international organization that provided different certifications on software testing.
Software Testing Tools
List of top software testing tools for Automation, Performance, Android and IOS applications.
Kuldeep is the founder and lead author of ArtOfTesting. He is skilled in test automation, performance testing, big data, and CI-CD. He brings his decade of experience to his current role where he is dedicated to educating the QA professionals. You can find him on LinkedIn.