Software Testing: WEB, Mobile, API + 12 tools + ISTQB exam

Software Testing: WEB, Mobile, API + 12 tools + ISTQB exam

software testing- Learn a bunch of skills in one course !!

1.ISTQB Exam











11.IntelliJ IDEA

12.Android Studio



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What you’ll learn with software testing

  • ISTQB Latest updates 2018-2019 for preparation exams
  • Theory of testing, test design techniques, test documentation
  • API Testing with Postman
  • Web Testing
  • Mobile Testing
  • Jira bug tracking system
  • SQL (DML level queries)
  • Interception of HTTP traffic using Charles sniffer
  • Basic Web Technology Skills: HTML, CSS
  • JMeter – functional and non-functional testing
  • Java Basics
  • Creating autotests in Postman
  • Basic skills with version control system – Git
  • Java application development environment, Android applications – IDEA, Android Studio

Course content

4 sections • 32 lectures • 3h 39m total lengthCollapse all sections

BASIC CONCEPTS OF TESTING18 lectures • 1hr 43min

  • Introduction to the coursePreview01:53
  • Introduction to QA Professional05:19
  • Introduction to Software Testing03:34
  • 7 Testing principles04:37
  • SDLC (Software development life cycle)Preview06:14
  • STLC (Software testing life cycle)03:11
  • Types of errors00:48
  • Test Plan, Test Case, Check List, Test Repost05:20
  • Software Requirements and Analysis03:41
  • Test Design Techniques07:03
  • Test Design Practice with Facebook08:37
  • Types of Testing05:55
  • Software Testing Levels02:56
  • What is an API?06:41
  • HTTP Protocol09:38
  • What is REST & SOAP?09:13
  • Postman, Requests & Responses12:21
  • What is Performance and Load?Preview06:09

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software testing course: TOOLS & TECHNOLOGIES & PRACTICE13 lectures • 1hr 56min

  • JIRA & Bugreport17:06
  • WEB Testing Challenge07:55
  • Chrome DevTools: Console05:38
  • Chrome DevTools: Inspect Network07:23
  • Chrome DevTools, Storage & Command Menu05:12
  • Chrome DevTools, Simulate Mobile Devices03:04
  • JMeter Basic05:50
  • JMeter: Simple Test09:29
  • JMETER: Performance and Load Testing15:04
  • GIT & Github14:14
  • SQL: Work with queries for databases15:18
  • Android OS03:15
  • Android Studio06:47

TESTS FOR ISTQB0 lectures • 0min

  • Fundamentals of Testing25 questions
  • Testing Throughout the Software Life Cycle23 questions
  • Test Design Techniques37 questions

software testing course: ISTQB ATA Exam Actual Practice Questions

Question 1.

Which of the following descriptions is an example of the use of defect taxonomies?

  • A. Grouping defects found in execution by functional areas
  • B. Following a defect management process through testing
  • C. Running tests with the aim of finding as many defects as possible
  • D. Using a list of known defect types to penetrate the security of computer systems

Answer 1. D

Question 2.

Tax system –
A tax system needs to be updated due to new legislation. For a person with a salary of less than 20.000 and who is married, the tax needs to be re-calculated. If the person also has more than two and less than five children, an additional 10% reduction is applicable.
Applying equivalence partitioning to the “Tax System” specification, which of the following set of equivalence classes is most effective in testing the processing the number of children?

  • A. 2, 4 and 6 children
  • B. 2, 4 and 5 children
  • C. 1, 3 and 6 children
  • D. 3, 4 and 6 children

Answer 2. B

Question 3.

A temperature unit holds the temperature between 10 degrees Celcius and 10 degrees Celcius. If the temperature drops below 10 or rises above 10 then an alarm rings. Boundary Value Analysis tests are drawn up using the approach of two test cases per boundary. The temperatures to be tested are:

  • A. 11, 10, -11, -10
  • B. 11, 10, 9, -11, -10, -9
  • C. 11, 9, -9, -11
  • D. 10, 9, -9, -10

Answer 3. A

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Question 4.

A company wants to develop a web site to implement an on-line sales channel. The company has decided to do some usability testing, but resources are limited.
The usability testing has therefore to be done as efficient as possible. Which THREE techniques would you recommend?

  • A. SUMI
  • B. Usability laboratory
  • C. Use case testing
  • D. Heuristic evaluation
  • E. Equivalence partitioning
  • F. Pairwise testing
  • G. Exploratory testing

Answer 4. A, C, D

Question 5.

Which of the following criteria on test progress would enable the business to determine a likely go live date?
(i) Number of tests planned versus number of tests executed
(ii) Number of high priority defects outstanding
(iii) The test teams timesheets in order to show how much effort has been devoted to testing
(iv) Number of tests passed and number failed
(v) Number of defects found in each development area
(vi) The rate at which defects are being found

  • A. (ii), (iii), (iv)
  • B. (i), (iii), (v)
  • C. (i), (ii), (vi)
  • D. (iv), (v), (vi)

Answer 5. C

Question 6.

Tax system –
A tax system needs to be updated due to new legislation. For a person with a salary of less than 20.000 and who is married, the tax needs to be re-calculated. If the person also has more than two and less than five children, an additional 10% reduction is applicable.
How many input classes can be distinguished when applying equivalence partitioning to the “Tax System” specification?

  • A. 5
  • B. 6
  • C. 7
  • D. 8

Answer 6.

Bonus Lecture1 lecture • 1min

  • Bonus Lecture

A software tester is one of the sought-after specialties in the IT industry. However, it is quite difficult to obtain a complete set of knowledge for the development of this profession, since they are not taught in our universities.

Our course will allow you to fully cover all the theoretical and practical aspects of this field, and the practical experience of the teacher will reveal all the secrets and techniques of testing several platforms.

In this course you will learn a wide range of technologies, such as client-server architecture, network technologies, components of a web application, how a mobile application is structured, what web services are and how to test it all.

Lectures are a proven set of materials that effectively showed themselves in the practical application of student learning, where 70% of students found their first job at the end of the course.

I wish you all a productive learning and ease of mastering a wonderful profession: a specialist in software testing!

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Periodically, the course will be expanded, new interesting topics will be added to expand the competence and skills of a testing specialist. Keep for updates.

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