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Software Automation Testing

The course is designed to help students acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to automate software testing processes. It covers a wide range of topics such as automation frameworks, automation testing tools, automation test planning and design, test execution and reporting, advanced automation testing techniques, and career opportunities in automation testing.

The course begins with an introduction to software automation testing, where students learn the basics of automation testing, its benefits, challenges, and the differences between automation and manual testing. From there, students move on to learn about automation frameworks, including the types of frameworks, how to choose the right framework, and how to build one from scratch.

The course also covers automation testing tools, including open source and commercial tools. Students will gain an understanding of the features of popular automation testing tools, and learn how to compare and evaluate these tools to choose the best one for their specific testing needs.

Students will also learn about automation test planning and design, including how to develop an automation test plan, how to design automated test cases, and best practices for designing automation test cases. They will also learn about test execution and reporting, including how to execute automated test cases, analyze and report test results, and integrate test automation with continuous integration and delivery.

Advanced automation testing techniques are also covered in the course, including automating web services testing, test automation for mobile applications, automating performance and load testing, and implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning in automation testing.

Finally, the course concludes with a section on career opportunities in automation testing, including the roles and responsibilities of an automation testing engineer, the skills required for a career in automation testing, and certifications and professional development opportunities.

Throughout the course, students will work on hands-on projects and gain practical experience with automation testing tools. By the end of the course, students will have a thorough understanding of test automation and will be able to design, develop, and execute automated test cases.

Tools, techniques, languages, and other technologies commonly used in automation testing:

  1. Automation Testing Tools: Selenium, Appium, TestComplete, Katalon Studio, Ranorex, HP UFT, and many others.

  2. Automation Frameworks: Data-driven, Keyword-driven, Behavior-driven, Hybrid, Page Object Model (POM), and others.

  3. Programming Languages: Java, Python, C#, Ruby, JavaScript, and others.

  4. Version Control Systems: Git, SVN, and others.

  5. Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) tools: Jenkins, Bamboo, Travis CI, CircleCI, and others.

  6. API Testing Tools: Postman, SoapUI, JMeter, and others.

  7. Virtualization Tools: Docker, VirtualBox, VMware, and others.

  8. Test Management Tools: TestRail, Zephyr, HP ALM, and others.

  9. Bug Tracking Tools: Jira, Bugzilla, Mantis, and others.

  10. Cloud Testing: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and others.

Class Groups


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30 sessions

Creative Groups


Per Session

30 sessions

Individual Tutoring


Per Session

30 sessions

Course Overview

Course Title: Certificate in software automation testing

Course Duration: The course duration is approximately 4-6 weeks, depending on the pace of learning.

Course Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of software testing concepts, programming languages such as Java, Python or JavaScript, and experience with testing tools and frameworks may be helpful.

Course Outcome: The outcome of an online course on software automation testing is typically to provide learners with a solid understanding of automation testing concepts and techniques, including how to design and implement automated test scripts, how to integrate automated testing into the software development life cycle, and how to use testing frameworks and tools effectively. By the end of the course, learners should be able to apply their knowledge and skills to real-world automation testing scenarios and contribute to the development of high-quality software applications.

Course Syllabus:

Module 1: Introduction to software automation testing

  • Overview of automation testing
  • Benefits of automation testing
  • Challenges of automation testing
  • Automation testing vs manual testing

Module 2: Test automation frameworks

  • Overview of test automation frameworks
  • Types of test automation frameworks
  • Choosing the right automation framework
  • Building a test automation framework from scratch

Module 3: Automation testing tools

  • Overview of automation testing tools
  • Open source vs commercial automation tools
  • Popular automation testing tools and their features
  • Comparison and evaluation of automation testing tools

Module 4: Test automation planning and design

  • Developing an automation test plan
  • Designing automated test cases
  • Best practices for designing automation test cases
  • Reviewing and maintaining automation test cases

Module 5: Test execution and reporting

  • Executing automated test cases
  • Analyzing and reporting test results
  • Debugging failed test cases
  • Integrating test automation with continuous integration and delivery

Module 6: Advanced automation testing techniques

  • Automating web services testing
  • Test automation for mobile applications
  • Automating performance and load testing
  • Implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning in automation testing

Module 7: Career opportunities in automation testing

  • Roles and responsibilities of an automation testing engineer
  • Skills required for a career in automation testing
  • Certifications and professional development opportunities

Module 8: Conclusion

  • Summary of the course content
  • Additional resources for continuing education and professional development.

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