Software Testing Foundation 2018: Black-box & White-box Testing Techniques

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Explore part of chapter 4 from the ISTQB Software Testing Foundation Level 2018 certification exam syllabus covering categories of test techniques, focusing on white-box and black-box testing techniques. One of these is equivalence partitioning, applied to derive appropriate test cases from requirements. In this 17-video course, learn to define test cases by applying equivalence partitioning. Examine boundary value analysis to develop appropriate test cases and define these by applying boundary value analysis, given a set of requirements. You will learn about decision-table testing to derive and define test cases from requirements and when to apply state transition testing, to derive appropriate test cases from requirements and define test cases by applying it. Identify the process involved in deriving test cases from a use case, and define test cases when given a specific use case and statement testing and coverage. Next, explore how to achieve statement coverage, identify decision testing and coverage, and achieve decision coverage in software source code. Then examine benefits of white-box testing. A final exercise deals with black-box and white-box testing techniques.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the subject areas covered in this course
    recognize how to apply equivalence partitioning to derive appropriate test cases from requirements
    define test cases by applying equivalence partitioning given a set of requirements
    recognize how to apply boundary value analysis to develop appropriate test cases from requirements
    define test cases by applying boundary value analysis given a set of requirements
    recognize how to apply decision table testing to derive test cases from requirements
    define test cases by applying decision table testing given a set of requirements
    recognize how to apply state transition testing to derive appropriate test cases from requirements
    define test cases by applying state transition testing given a set of requirements
  • describe the process involved to derive test cases from a use case
    define test cases given a specific use case
    describe statement testing and statement coverage white-box testing
    recognize how to achieve statement coverage in software source code
    describe decision testing and decision coverage in software source code
    recognize how to achieve decision coverage in software source code
    describe the value of performing statement and decision coverage on the source code
    describe the various testing techniques available in the black-box and white-box testing categories

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    2m 38s
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    2. 
    Equivalence Partitioning
    3m 17s
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    Identify Test Cases Using Equivalence Partitioning
    2m 21s
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    Boundary Value Analysis
    2m 25s
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    5. 
    Identify Test Cases for Boundary Value Analysis
    3m 12s
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    6. 
    Decision Table Testing
    4m 18s
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    Identify Test Cases Using Decision Table Testing
    3m 37s
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    8. 
    State Transition Testing
    3m 7s
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    Identify Test Cases Using State Transition Testing
    3m 37s
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    10. 
    Use Case Testing
    3m 4s
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    11. 
    Identify Test Cases for Use Case Testing
    2m 40s
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    12. 
    Statement Testing and Coverage
    2m 30s
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    13. 
    Achieve Statement Coverage
    3m 6s
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    Decision Testing and Coverage
    2m 15s
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    Achieve Decision Coverage
    3m 53s
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    16. 
    Benefits of White-Box Testing
    3m 36s
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    17. 
    Exercise: Black-Box & White-Box Testing Techniques
    5m 48s

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