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A complete guide for you to be able to master QTP/UFT. This will help you to establish a phenomenal automated testing foundation that will make the rest of your career easy.
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What you will learn
1. Create your very first automated test case
2. Use descriptive programming
3. Use data tables
4. Identify all objects
5. Work as an Automation Engineer at your job every day
6. Write robust and easy to maintain UFT scripts
7. Learn how to work in an Agile environment as an Automation Tester
8. Learn Automation Testing skills for any tool
9. Debugging scripts
10. So much more...This is the most complete QTP/UFT learning guide you will find on the web. You will only learn the skills and techniques that you will actually use on the job. We would never waste your time with outdated methodologies. Our content comes straight from recent and ongoing projects, which means that our material is completely up to date! You will learn the strategies utilized by the best IT companies.
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|Section 1: Automation methodology intro to concepts|
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Intro to Agile MethodologyPreview
Identifying the goals of the projectPreview
What to expect from the future
The advantages of short sprints in Agile
Sprint planning and starting development
What happens in the software development environments
What happens in the software development environments 2
What is regression testing?
Moving code to production
Most efficient way to create automated tests
How to continue working in an Agile environment
What is Unified Functional Testing?
What is automated functional testing?
How does Automated Testing reduce risk?
How does Automated Testing enable faster execution and higher test accuracy?
How does Automated help to find more defects?
How does Automated Testing allow for test case reusability?
What is the level of effort for a manual test over time?Preview
A graph of manual testing vs automated testing LOEPreview
A few more disadvantanges of automated testing
Smoke tests are good candidates for automation
Regression tests are good candidates for automation
Cross browser testing is good for automation
Repetitive tasks are great for automation
Bad candidates for automated testing
|Section 2: Familiarizing yourself with UFT|
Intro and opening Unified Functional Testing
Start page of UFT
File menu and debug pane
Creating a solution and adding a GUI Test
Examining a solution of Unified Functional Testing
One awesome feature of Unified Functional Testing
How to start recording a test with Unified Functional Testing
How to playback a recorded a test
Some disadvantages of an Object Repository
Some more features of UFT
Console Pane and Data Table
Some very important features of a DataTable
Summary of the DataTable in Unified Functional Testing
Where to configure the add-ins and how to download test settings into a vbs file
How to disable smart identification
How to configure environmental variables
Final settings in the Test Settings menu
Edit and View menus
Search and Design menus
Record and Run settings and the Resources Pane
How to use the object spy in UFT
How to add objects to the Object Repository
Using Descriptive Programming to recognize objects
What happens when UFT does not recognize objects
Object identification window
Regular expression evaluator
How to use the password encoder
Running code with a password that has been encoded
Unified Functional Testing batch runner
Summary of everything that we covered related to UFT
|Section 3: Some helpful features of UFT|
Intro to the next UFT topics
Describing the goal of the smoke test
Opening the solution and adding a new GUI test
Writing the pseudocode for automated testPreview
Using descriptive programming for logging into QTP TutorialPreview
Understanding descriptive programmingPreview
How to find a unique object in automated testingPreview
How to perform actions on an object
How to use the Console pane in UFT
Logging into QTP Tutorial
Setting up a checkpoint with descriptive programming
Finishing coding the rest of the automated test
Refactoring the code to work
Successful completion of the UFT smoke test
Refactoring one more time
Final refactoring of the test case
Summary on everything that was covered in "Getting Started With Unified Function
|Section 4: Bonus - Automation Testing functions developed on the job to solve real problems|
Bonus - Automation Testing functions developed on the job to solve real problemsPreview
You can earn over $160k by becoming a Sr Software Development Engineer in Test!!Preview
Automation Testing Functions - Function to pass keyboard keys to UFT
|Section 5: Bonus - Tips and Tricks From Real Automation Engineers to Improve Your Careers|
The Interview Script That Got Us Every Single JobPreview
Keyword Driven Framework source codePreview
The Biggest Mistake That You Could Be Making As An Automation EngineerPreview
'5 Steps To Perfect Automation Testing Scripts' Ebook
How to Lead Your Team to Automation Testing Success
When trying to break into the IT industry, I started from nothing. I had no background in IT and no Bachelor of Computer Science degree. I learned everything on my own through research and practice utilizing the information that I found online. It was by no means an easy process. A lot of the courses and tutorials on QTP/UFT online were either outdated or didn't offer a clear and concise explanation of the concepts they were teaching. When I started my first job as an Automation Engineer with QTP, I was surprised at how different the real world practices were. Thousands of hours later, I decided to start a company teaching Automation Testing the proper way, the real way, the efficient way. I wanted to take all of my knowledge, all of my faults and mistakes, and all of my on the job experience and create courses. Courses that would actually teach people the correct way to do automated software testing. I wanted to make sure that my students were not wasting any time on useless or outdated techniques(like Keyword Driven Frameworks). I only teach what works in the industry today and what will work years from now. I want to cut the learning curve for my students and only teach them the information they will actually use.