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Vinsys Technologies is a Web design, Web Development, Mobile applications Development and Testing Company in London, UK. Vinsys offering Software Testing Training in London, UK. The main objective behind users indulging in the process of Software Testing Training in London (Manual & Automation) is to find bugs, defects and errors in any web applications.

A tester has the responsibility of detecting possible flaws present in the process of development with the help of common tracking tools like Test Track Pro, JIRA and Bugzilla. Vinsys Technologies is offering software and web applications testing training courses in London including the mobile testing automation training in London with real time examples and scenarios. Taking the software testing training course in london is very helpfull to get a job in software testing industry.

 

Software Manual Testing
  • Manual Testing process is much cost effective than the process of automation .
  • Much more random testing process can be carried out in order to detect bugs in the process, which cannot be done through automation process.
  • Software Testing ( Manual & Automation ) Training - Price - £750 35 Hours, 5 Days(7 Hours / day)

  • Introduction to Software testing
  • Introduction to Web testing
  • Introduction to Mobile testing
  • Introduction to Manual & Automation software testing
  • Software testing automation tools & Frameworks

Manual Testing & Selenium Automation Course Topics

  • Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • SDLC - Requirements
  • SDLC - Analysis
  • SDLC - Design
  • SDLC - Coding ( Programming & development)
  • SDLC - Testing
  • SDLC - Delivery & Maintanance
  • Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) - Models
  • Waterfall Model
  • Prototype Model
  • V - Model
  • Agile Model
  • Spiral Model
  • RAD Model
  • Fish Model
  • Software Testing Methods
  • White Box Testing
  • Black Box Testing
  • Grey Box Testing
  • Software Testing Levels
  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Module Testing
  • System Testing
  • UAT Testing
  • Types of Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Re Testing
  • Monkey Testing
  • Ad-hoc Testing
  • Smoke Testing
  • Sanity Testing
  • Alpha Testing
  • Beta Testing
  • Software Testing Life Cycle - STLC
  • STLC phases
  • Bug Life Cycle
  • Preparing the Test Requiements - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Functional check list - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Test Scenarios - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Test cases - on our Live Project
  • Executing the Test cases - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Defect reports in excel sheets - on our Live Project
  • Reporting the Defect reports in excel sheets - on our Live Project
  • Difference between Bug / Defect / Error - on our Live Project
  • Understading the priorities for defects - on our Live Project
  • Understanding the criticality for defects - on our Live Project
  • Communicating with the developers - on our Live Project
  • Working with defect report tools - Jira / BugZilla - on our Live Project
  • Creating the Defects / issues in Jira - on our Live Project
  • Monitoring / Tracking the defects / Issues in Jira - on our Live Project
  • Reports handling in Jira - on our Live Project
  • Creating the Defects / issues in BugZilla - on our Live Project
  • Monitoring / Tracking the defects / Issues in in BugZilla - on our Live Project
  • Reports handling in BugZilla - on our Live Project
  • Creating the Defects / issues in MontisBT - on our Live Project
  • Monitoring / Tracking the defects / Issues in MontisBT - on our Live Project
  • Reports handling in MontisBT - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Test Plan - - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Business Requirements - on our Live Project
  • Preparing the Functional Requirements - - on our Live Project
  • Selenium Overview
  • Introduction to Selenium IDE, WebDriver & Grid
  • Downloading the Eclipse and setting up the Java project
  • Adding the add-ons Firebug and Firepath to Firefox
  • Setting up the first Java project

 

Why Automation Testing?

Selenium > Selenium FAQ's

  • What is Selenium & Criteria for Automation

  • How to configure Selenium

  • Test automation for web applications with Selenium

  • Advantages and disadvantages of Selenium

Selenium IDE
  • What is selenium IDE

  • How to install & configure selenium IDE

  • How to create and run test cases and test suite in selenium IDE

  • How to record and play the test cases and test suite in selenium IDE

  • Commonly used selenium commands

  • How to write and use your own IDE Commands

  • How to write User-extensions.js and its use

  • How to write and use loops in IDE Commands

  • How to export the IDE recorded script with different languages

  • How to record the script in IDE and Implement in WebDriver

  • How to read the data from xml file for IDE

  • How to take the screen shots for the errors

  • How to assert / verify the HTML elements

  • How to test alerts and pop ups with IDE

  • How to run IDE scripts in IE browser

  • How to run IDE scripts in Chrome browser

  • How to run IDE scripts in Safari browser

  • How to setup roll up rules in IDE

  • How to setup start up point and break points in IDE

Java
  • What is java and why we need Java for Selenium

  • Installing Java and running a sample program in Java


  • Installing Eclipse IDE and running a sample program Java in Eclipse


  • Features of Java


  • Working with variables , data taypes , loops , functions in Java


  • What is global, local, static variables in Java


  • Working with constructors and interfaces in Java


  • What is oop's concepts and oo programming


  • How to create and implement class and Object, class in Java


  • How to implement inheritance in Java & Selenium


  • Working with packages, exceptions handling in Java & Selenium


JUnit Test Framework
  • What is JUnit and it's importance


  • How to add the JUnit Library in Eclipse


  • Working with Selenium scripts by using JUnit


  • JUnit annotations


  • How to write the JUnit tests


  • How to execute the JUnit tests


  • How to create the test suite for JUnit tests


  • How to run the test suite for JUnit tests


  • Preparing the build.xml file for JUnit tests


  • How to customise the priorities for JUnit test cases


  • How to ignore the JUnit test cases


  • How to generate and save the JUnit test results


TestNG Test Framework
  • What is TestNG and it's importance


  • How to install and add the TestNG Library in Eclipse


  • Working with Selenium scripts by using TestNG


  • TestNG annotations


  • How to write the TestNG tests


  • How to execute the TestNG tests


  • Preparing the build.xml file for TestNG tests


  • How to create the test suite for TestNG tests


  • How to run the test suite for TestNG tests


  • How to customise the priorities for TestNG test cases


  • How to ignore the TestNG test cases


  • How to generate and save the TestNG test results


  • Comparison of TestNG with JUnit


Apache Ant Tool
  • What is Ant tool


  • Downloading the Ant tool


  • Setting up the environment variable for Ant


  • Setting up the classpath for ANT_HOME


  • What is build.xml file


  • Preparing the build.xml file


  • Why we need build.xml file


Selenium WebDriver
  • What is WebDriver and why we have to use WebDriver


  • Difference between WebDriver and RC


  • Downloading and configuring the WebDriver in Eclipse


  • Using the WebDriver with Java in Eclipse


  • How to configure FirefoxDriver and work with Firefox browser using the WebDriver


  • How to configure IEDriver and work with InternetExplorer browser using the WebDriver


  • How to configure ChromeDriver and work with Google Chrome browser using the WebDriver


  • Cross Browser Testing with multiple browsers at a time with WebDriver


  • What is Firebug and Firepath


  • Adding and working with the Firebug & Firepath and its use


  • Locating or Identifying the HTML Elements with the Firepath and its use


  • Testing the HyperLinks in web pages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Buttons in web pages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Input boxes in web pages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Check boxes in web pages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Radio buttons in web pages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Pop ups in webpages with WebDriver


  • Testing the Alerts in webpages with WebDriver


  • Locating or finding the HTML Elements in web pages with WebDriver


  • How to write and implement the Java Loops in web pages with WebDriver


  • Passing the data or inserting the values to the HTML Forms in web pages with WebDriver


  • Capturing the screen shots for error pages with WebDriver


  • Extracting the data from tables in a webpage with WebDriver


  • Testing the Attachment of the files in webpages with WebDriver


  • Testing the web applications by reading the data from excel file with WebDriver


  • Setting up the Test frame work with configurations & dependencies


  • Setting up the Test frame work by using WebDriver / Junit



  • Setting up the Test frame work by using WebDriver / TestNG


  • Analysing / Tracking the automation test reports


Selenium Android Driver
  • What is Selenium Android Driver and Android SDK


  • What is the use and how to use Android Driver


  • Configuring the AndroidDriver in Eclipse


  • What is Android Emulator and how to install Android Emulator


  • What is WebDriver APK


  • Initialising the AndroidDriver with Selenium


  • Writing the scripts for Android Driver in Eclipse


  • Sample facebook login, Gmail login testing etc in Android Emulator


  • Setting up the ports for running the Android Emulator


Selenium Grid
  • Over view of Selenium Grid


  • Setting up the Selenium Grid by using Selenium stand alone server


  • Configuring the Selenium Grid


  • Setting up and configuring the Selenium Hub


  • Creating and setting up the multiple nodes on single machine


  • Setting up and Working with multiple browsers with multiple nodes on single machine


  • Configuring the nodes to set up the number of browsers and limitations


  • Writing a program for Selenium Grid in eclipse editor with Java program


  • Testing a test case with Selenium Grid with multiple browsers with multiple nodes


  • How to set up Firefox , IE , Chrome browsers to work with Selenium Grid


  • Setting up Maximum Instances and Maximum Sessions in Selenium Grid


Apache - Maven
  • What is Maven


  • Installing the Maven


  • Configuring the Maven


  • What is pom.xml file


  • Using the pom.xml file


  • Setting up the Maven project in eclipse editor


  • Use of Maven project


  • Building the Maven project


  • Updating the jar files by using Maven


  • Updating the libraries by using Maven


  • Updating the selenium project dependencies by using Maven



 

The Companies who have taken training with us:

We have provided software trainings for many companies and individuals in the UK and Europe.
Here are some of the companines...

Big Lottery Fund
Cambridge Consultants
IT Services University of Oxford
VocaLink
Family Investments
National house building council
Phlexglobal
MEM Consumer Finance
Hood Group
Sustainware
Webformed
Time2Test
Care Quality Commission
MD Insurance Services Ltd
Orbis Investment Advisory Ltd
Gonative.com
APDA
MediandSEO


Who all will be benefited with our Selenium Training?

  • Managers
  • Manual testers
  • System administrators
  • Amateur testers seeking career in Testing and web development
  • Software Test Engineers
Advantages of Selenium
  • It is an open source platform
  • It works on different web browsers like safari, Mozilla, chrome and many more
  • It supports multiple operating systems
  • It supports multiple languages
  • It has the tendency to test Flash and Ajax applications
  • Database testing possible with this platform
  • Supports multiple tests framework
  • UI and Functional testing possible

To enrol yourself in the training program, all you need to do is contact us and get started.

Why Manual Testing?

The process of manual testing plays a very vital role in the process of software or web development as it assists in the eliminations or bugs, errors and redundancies from the process easily. Here are some main benefits of manual testing:

  • The process of manual testing assists the users in discovering the drawbacks or loopholes in a particular development process or an application as there are often situations that can surprise users in a very bad way.
  • The manual test scripts enable a tester to debug and construct automated scripts in the process of development.
  • The process of testing and manual testing scripts offer valuable feedbacks to the development teams to assist them in detecting bugs and other usability problems.
  • Good manual testing scripts also act as a learning platform or a tutorial for applications that are still under the testing.
  • Manual testing training in london also suggests a set of instructions to the developmental staff to assist them in the creation of manual test scripts and process description.
  • To enrol yourself in the training program, all you need to do is contact us and get started.

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    We are based in London but we run training programs around the UK and Europe.
    We can provide the training onsite as well. Please contact us for Bookings and Price details.

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