Software Testing - Testing Levels and Object-Oriented Program Testing - Revised
Learn more about Integration testing, System testing, Regression testing, and testing Object-Oriented programs.
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Integration Testing is the process wherein individual units are tested together as a group with the purpose of exposing faults in their interactions. This course will introduce you to different integration testing approaches which include the Big Bang, Top Down, Bottom Up and mixed approaches. You will study the three main types of system testing including Alpha, Beta, and Acceptance testing. You will also learn about the different performance tests and regression testing.
0bject oriented programming is a type of computer programming software that uses different techniques for testing compared to procedural programming. This course will discuss the differences between an object-oriented program and a procedural program. You will learn why object-oriented programming is supposed to make testing easier than procedural programming. This course will also discuss the three different levels for object-oriented program testing which include unit testing, subsystem testing, and system testing.
Software testing is a highly important business activity that helps to identify errors, gaps, or missing software requirements. By the end of this course, you will understand how to check whether a software's actual results match the expected results by using testing levels and object-oriented program testing. This will ensure that your software systems are free from defects. This is a valuable skill which will really boost your résumé, so check out the course today and start learning something really useful.
Having completed this course, you will be able to:
- Describe different integration testing approaches
- Discuss different system testing methods and their categories
- Explain the use and importance of regression testing
- Discuss Object-Oriented programming
- List differences from Object-Oriented compared to a Procedural program
- Describe the Object-Oriented programming methods
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