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Manual Testing

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About Manual testing course

Manual testing is the process of manually testing and examining soft wares or applications for errors or defects. Manual testing is a type of software testing wherein test cases are executed manually by a tester without making use of any automated testing tools. We have the best Manual testing trainers who put together a standardized course curriculum that benefits the students and gives them ample knowledge in various types of testing including Black box testing, white box testing, conventional testing and software testing.

case studies-based training to give the students hands-on experience which suits both beginners and advanced professionals. A Manual Testing course certification will be given to the participants that can add credibility and trust to your portfolio.

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Course Content

Introduction of SDLC & STLC
SDLC covers the entire software development process, including planning, analysis, design, coding, testing, deployment, and maintenance. STLC is a part of SDLC and focuses specifically on testing. STLC includes activities like test planning, test case development, test execution, defect tracking, and closure.

  • Introduction to SDLC & STLC
  • SDLC Models – Water Fall, V-V and Incremental
  • SDLC Models – Iterative Model, RAD Model and Agile Methodology

Test Plan

Introduction to Test Cases
In software engineering, a test case is a specification of the inputs, execution conditions, testing procedure, and expected results that define a single test to be executed to achieve a particular software testing objective, such as to exercise a particular program path or to verify compliance with a specific

Type of Testing

Application Review

Defect/Bug Life Cycle

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