Software Testing Life Cycle
What you'll learn
- Software Testing Life Cycle Overview
- Software Testing Life Cycle Phases
- Test Plan Creation
- Test case and Bug Report Creation
- No programming experience needed.
STLC stands for Software Testing Life Cycle. The Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) is a set of actions performed during the testing phase to ensure that the software quality is met. Software Testing Life Cycle includes verification and validation.
Verification is the process confirming that -software meets its specification, done through inspections and walkthroughs.
Validation is the process confirming that it meets the user’s requirements. It is the actual testing.
There are nine phases in Software Testing Life Cycle. There are
Test Plan Creation
Test Case Design Techniques
Creation and Execution of Test Case
Project will be initiated by the Project Manager. The requirement of the projects will be discussed with the Team Members during the System study phase.
Test Plan will be created by the Test Lead which explains the process needs to be followed during the Testing Phase
A test plan is a systematic approach to testing a system that is software. The plan typically contains a detailed understanding of what the eventual testing workflow will be.
A test case is a specific procedure of testing a particular requirement. It will include Identification of specific requirement tested, Test case success/failure criteria, Specific steps to execute test and Test Data.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners who are interested in learning in Software Testing