Software testing market size exceeded USD 40 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 6% from 2020 to 2026. The average salary for a test engineer is 3.8 lacs per annum and exceeds 20 lacs per annum for experienced practitioners. Be a part of this fast growing industry with an industry led masterclass.
In this masterclass you will learn about
1. Overview of DevOps
2. Key features of DevOps
3. Overview of automation testing
4. Automated testing in DevOps
5. Continuous testing
6. API testing framework - API testing with Postman
7. Performance testing framework - Performance testing with JMeter
8. Selenium testing framework
9. Installation to Hands-on testing in Selenium
Selenium is a free (open-source) automated testing framework used to validate web applications across different browsers and platforms.
Features of Selenium:
Support for parallel test execution reduces the time taken in test execution
Selenium needs very lesser resources when compared to other testing tools.
Test cases prepared using this testing tool can be executed on any OS
Supports multi browser testing
Selenium can be integrated with frameworks like Ant and Maven for source code compilation.
Selenium can also be integrated with testing frameworks like TestNG for application testing and generating reports.
WebDriver API has been indulged in selenium which is one of the most important modifications done to selenium.
Selenium web driver does not require server installation, test scripts interact directly with the browser.
Overview of DevOps
Key features of DevOps
Overview of automation testing
Automated testing in DevOps
API testing with Postman
Performance testing with JMeter
Selenium testing framework
Installation and hands-on testing in Selenium
You will need to have a computer or a mobile handset with an internet connection