Test Automation BootCamp

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Test Automation BootCamp

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One of the challenges of being a professional tester in an agile team is being able to contribute to the general automation effort of the QA. However many testers are lacking the skills that are required in order to do that. This training is aimed to close the knowledge, and in this 5 days journey, participants will learn the needed test automation tools and skills that will enable them to become active contributors to the automation effort.

Course Objectives
  • Writing automated tests over the GUI using Selenium
  • Learning principles of effective Test Automation
  • Gather needed programming skills
  • Experience various techniques of writing automated tests
  • Learn how to test complex application
  • Understand the difference between various levels of test automation.
  • Use various tools and frameworks for testing over the GUI, under the GUI, via the web…
  • Learn how to leverage frameworks to ease authoring of tests
  • Real Life examples
Audience

Intended Audience:
This is an entry-level class and appropriate for professional testers who wants to learn just enough skills in order to become automation engineers and who seek knowledge and understanding about test automation concepts and techniques.

Prerequisites:
• Experience working as part of a software project
• Participants must have at least one year’s of manual testing experience

Course Topics

Module 1: Introduction to .NET and C# and test Automation

What is .NET?
The Common Language Runtime (CLR)
Introduction to C#
Namespace and Assemblies basics
Introduction to Visual Studio 2013
Creating a simple C# Console Application
Introduction to SpecFLow
Introduction to Selenium

Module 2: C# Language Fundamentals

Procedures and Statements
Data Types
Declaring Variables
Assignments
Conversions
Arithmetic and Other Operators
Control Constructs (Conditionals, Loops)
Exceptions

Module 3: Types

Fields, Properties and Methods
Method Overloading
Default and Optional Arguments
Accessibility Modifiers
Automatic Properties
Construction and Assignment
Abstract classes and Interfaces
Attributes

Module 4: Automation Testing Levels

Testing through the user interface
Web testing
Client Server Testing
Testing over the Server
Working with a DB
Understanding Test first Approaches

Module 5: Arrays, Collections and Strings

The String Type
String Members
Arrays
Initializing Arrays
The Array Class
Standard Collections: ArrayList, Stack, Queue, Hashtable
Generic Collections

Module 6: SpecFlow Basic

Given/When/Then format
Gherkin Syntax
Regular Expression
Running and debugging tests
Understanding feature files
Working with Tables
Creating scenarios outlines
Writing bindings and Steps code

Module 7: Web Testing using Selenium

Creating basic Tests for web applications
Using recorder for UI structure discovery
Modeling the application for testing
Running tests
Combining Selenium with SpecFlow

Module 8: Data Streams and Files

Working with basic text files
The File and FileInfo Classes
The Path Class
The Directory and DirectoryInfo Classes
Stream Readers and Writers
Using strings as streams

Module 9: Final Project – Writing test automation for a real system

Design automation test approach
Create Test suites and scenarios
Tackle real live system issue
Write full automation to the application over the GUI
Tackle testing via the API

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