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The training cum Internship Program is presented by Besant Technologies, which is dedicated to providing individuals with high-quality training to switch from Non-IT to IT Jobs and confirm the chances of getting hired after a career break. The program is structured so that students are immediately connected to industry professionals and will maintain that connection through the end of their program.

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Full Stack Developer Course Syllabus

HTML5 and CSS3

  • HTML Fundamentals
  • Basic Tags
  • New Tags in HTML5
  • Local Storage
  • Index DB
  • CSS3 Fundamentals
  • CSS3 New Properties
  • CSS3 Animation
  • CSS3 Tooltips
  • CSS @Media Query and CSS Pagination

JQUERY and AJAX

  • JQuery Introduction
  • JQery Effects
  • JQuery Form and JQuery Events
  • AJAX and JSON AJAX

Advanced JavaScript

  • Introduction to Object-Oriented concepts
  • Functions
  • Closures
  • Creating objects using constructor and Prototype

AngularJS

  • Introduction
  • Binding and Expression
  • Directives
  • Controllers
  • Filters
  • Form Features
  • Modules
  • Services
  • Routing and SPA
  • Angular JS
  • MVC(Model View Controller) Web API

NodeJs

  • Introduction to NodeJs
  • NodeJs Architecture
  • NPM(Node Packaging Manager)
  • Installing the NPM module
  • Creating and locating modules
  • Creating a simple HTTP server
  • understanding routing in ExpressJS
  • Other Middlewares
  • Connecting NodeJS to Database
  • mongoose Module and Creating REST API’s

MongoDB

  • Introduction to NoSQL Database
  • Basic CRUD Operations
  • Indexing
  • Aggregation
  • Data Modeling concepts
  • Connecting MongoDB using Mongoose

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Software Testing Course Syllabus

Manual Testing Course Syllabus:

  • Introduction to testing
  • Verification vs validation
  • Types of Applications
  • Probabilities of getting an error in an application
  • SDLC – Software Development Life Cycle
    • Waterfall
    • Prototype
    • Spiral
    • Incremental(Agile methodology and Scrum Framework)
    • V-Model
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of each software development life cycle
  • Principles of Testing
  • STLC –Software Testing Life Cycle
  • Difference between Test case, Use case and Scenario.
  • How to prepare test plan and strategy
  • How to Prepare a test case template?
  • Difference between Error, bug, defect, and failure
  • Test Case Design Technique
    • Boundary Value Analysis
    • Equivalence Partitioning
    • Decision Table
    • State Transition Diagram
    • Use Case Testing
  • Bug Life cycle
  • How to Prepare the Bug template?
  • Bug Tracking tool
  • Types of Testing
  • Difference between Static and Dynamic testing
  • Difference between Functional and Non-functional testing
  • Black box testing and its types
  • White box testing and its types
  • System Integration Testing vs User Acceptance Testing
  • Entry Criteria and Exit Criteria
  • Test Environment and Test data preparation
  • Flow graph notations
    • Statement coverage
    • Branch Coverage
    • path coverage
    • Cyclometric Complexity
  • Integration testing
    • Big Bang Integration
    • Incremental Approach – Top-Down, Bottom-up, and Hybrid
  • Requirement traceability matrix

Selenium Training Course Syllabus:

Pre-Selenium:

Core Java:
Core Java Refresher
  • Setup Java environment – Download JDK and Setup eclipse
  • Keywords and Syntax
  • variables, operators, and control flows
  • OOPs overview from Java context
  • Conditions, Loops, Access and non-access modifiers
  • Exception Handling, File and DB handling
  • Collections overview, and ArrayList example
Introduction To Java Programming Environment
  • How to Install & set Path.
  • A Simple Java Program
  • Compiling & executing Java Program
  • Phases of Java Program
  • Analysis of a Java Program
  • Understanding Syntax and Semantic Error
  • Runtime Exception
  • Name of a Java Source File
  • Platform Independency
  • Java Technology (JDK, JRE, JVM, JIT)
  • Features of Java
  • Text Editors
  • Consoles
Fundamentals of Java Programming
  • Naming convention of Java language
  • Comments
  • Statements
  • Blocks (Static, Non-static/instance)
  • Identifiers
  • Keywords
  • Literals
  • Primitive Data Types, Range
  • Reference (User defined) Data type
  • Variables (Primitive, Reference)
  • Type Casting, Default Value
  • Operators
  • Program/Interview questions
  • Control Structures
Input Fundamentals And Datatypes In Java
  • Java program inputs from Keyboard
  • Methods of Keyboard inputs
  • Scanner, Buffered Reader
  • Problem Solving
  • Java Array
  • What is Array
  • Array Declaration in java vs C and C++.
  • Instantiation of an Array
  • String vs character array.Accessing Array
  • Elements, Default Value, for-each loop, varargs
  • Length of an Array (What is –Array Index Out Of Bounds Exception)
  • Increasing, Decreasing the Size and Copy of an Array
  • Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Application Compilation and Run
Object Oriented Programming
  • Procedural Vs Object Oriented Program
  • Different type of Program Procedural Vs Object Oriented.
  • Top Down Vs Bottom Up Approach
  • Introduction to Object Oriented
  • Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance,
  • Polymorphism.
  • Introduction to Classes and Objects
  • Custom Class Definition
  • Instance and Static Variables
  • Different ways to create Object Instance
  • Instance Variable and it’s role in a Class
  • Constructors, types of Constructor,
  • Constructor Rule, Constructor Overloading
  • Static Variable and it’s use.
  • Methods and their behavior.
  • Constructor vs Methods
  • “this” Keyword
  • Java Access Modifiers (and Specifiers)
  • Call by value, Call by reference
Command-Line Arguments
  • What is a Command-Line Argument?
  • Java Application with Command-Line Arguments
  • Conversion of Command-Line Arguments
  • Passing Command-Line Arguments
  • Using methods (Static , Non Static)
Integrated Development Environment
  • Using various Editors
  • Program Compilation, Execution in Editor
  • Using Eclipse IDE
  • Project Set Up
  • Source File Generation
  • Application Compilation and Run
Inner Class
  • First View of Inner Class
  • Outer Class Access
  • Types of Inner Class
Inheritance
  • Complete concepts of Inheritance
  • Sub-Classes
  • Object Classes
  • Constructor Calling Chain
  • The use of “super” Keyword
  • The use of “private” keyword inheritance.
  • Reference Casting
Abstract Classes and Inheritance
  • Introduction to Abstract Methods
  • Abstract Classes and Interface
  • Interface as a Type
  • Interface v/s Abstract Class
  • Interface Definition
  • Interface Implementation
  • Multiple Interfaces’ Implementation
  • Interfaces’ Inheritance
  • How to create object of Interface
Polymorphism
  • Introduction to Polymorphism
  • Types of Polymorphism
  • Overloading Methods
  • Overriding Methods
  • Hiding Methods
  • Final Class and Method
  • “Is-A” vs “Has-A”
  • Association Vs Aggregation
Package
  • Package and Class path and its use
  • First look into Packages
  • First look into Class path
  • Class path Setting
  • Class Import
  • Package Import
  • Role of public, protected, default and private w.r.t package
  • Namespace Management
  • Package vs. Header File
  • Creating and Using the Sub Package
  • Sources and Class Files Management
Using Predefined Package & Other Classes
  • Java.lang Hierarchy
  • Object class and using toString(), equals(),hashCode(), clone(), finalize() etc
  • Using Runtime Class, Process Class to play music, video from Java Program
  • Primitives and Wrapper Class
  • Math Class
  • String, StringBuffer, StringBuilder Class
  • String Constant Pool
  • Wrapper Classes
  • System Class using gc(), exit(), etc.
New Concepts In Package
  • Auto boxing and Auto unboxing
  • Static import.
  • Instance of operator.
  • Enum and its use in Java
  • Working with jar
Garbage Collection
  • Garbage Collection Introduction
  • Advantages of Garbage Collection
  • Garbage Collection Procedure
  • Java API
Exception Handling
  • Introduction to Exceptions
  • Effects of Exceptions
  • Exception Handling Mechanism
  • Try, catch, finally blocks
  • Unchecked Exception
  • Throw & throws keyword
  • Custom Exception Class
  • Chained Exception.
  • Resource handling & multiple exception class
Multithreading
  • Creating a Thread by inheriting from Thread class
  • Run() and start() method.
  • Constructor of Thread Class
  • Various Method of Thread Class
  • Runnable Interface Implementation
  • Thread Group
  • Thread States and Priorities
  • Synchronization method, block
  • Class & Object Level Lock
  • Deadlock & its Prevention
  • Inter thread Synchronization
  • Life Cycle of Thread
  • Deprecated methods : stop(), suspend(),resume(), etc
Input and Output Streams
  • Types of Streams
  • Stream Class Hierarchy
  • Using File Class
  • Copy and Paste the content of a file
  • Byte Streams vs Character Streams
  • Text File vs Binary File
  • Character Reading from Keyboard by Input Stream Reader
  • Reading a Line/String from Keyboard by Buffered Reader
  • Standard I/O Streams Using Data Streams to read/write
  • primitive data
  • PrintStream vs PrintWriter Using StreamTokenizer and RandomAccessFile
Serialization
  • Using Object Streams to read/write object
  • Transient Keyword
  • Serialization Process
  • Deserialization Process
Collection Framework
  • Generics(Templates)
  • What is generic
  • Creating User defined Generic classes
  • The java.util package
  • Collection
  • What is Collection Framework
  • List, Set & Map interfaces
  • Using Vector, Array List, Stack,
  • Linked List, etc.
  • Using Collections class for sorting
  • Using Hashtable, Hash Map, Tree Map,
  • SortedMap, LinkedHashMap etc.
  • Iterator, Enumerator.
  • Using Queue, Deque, SortedQue, etc.
  • Using HashSet, TreeSet, LinkedHashSet etc
  • Using Random class
  • Using Properties in a Java Program
  • Using user defined class for DataStructure
  • Using Date and Formatting Date class.
  • Interview related Question and Answer
SQL for Testers
  • Introduction to SQL
  • SQL Syntax
  • SQL Select
  • SQL Distinct
  • SQL Where
  • SQL And, Or, Not
  • SQL Order By
  • SQL Insert Into
  • SQL Update
  • SQL Delete
  • SQL Min and Max
  • SQL Count, Avg, Sum
  • SQL Like
  • SQL Wildcards
  • SQL In
  • SQL Between
  • SQL Aliases
  • SQL Joins
  • SQL Union
  • SQL Group By
  • SQL Having
  • SQL Any, All
  • SQL Case
  • SQL Stored Procedures
  • SQL Operators
  • SQL Create, Drop, Alter Table
  • SQL Constraints
  • SQL Not Null
  • SQL Unique
  • SQL Primary Key
  • SQL Foreign Key
  • SQL Views
  • SQL Injection
  • SQL Data Types

Selenium:

Introduction to Automation Testing
  • What is Automation Testing?
  • Advantages of Automation Testing?
  • Fundamentals of test automation
  • ROI in Automation
  • Automation framework
  • Various tools and comparison with Selenium
Introduction to Selenium
  • What is Selenium?
  • Components of Selenium Suite
  • Advantages of Selenium
  • Limitations of Selenium
  • What is Selenium WebDriver?
  • Advantages of Selenium
  • What is the difference between Selenium and QTP?
Introduction to Selenium WebDriver
  • Why WebDriver?
  • Downloading webdriver Jars configuring in eclipse
  • What Selenium is and how it is used in the industry
  • Features of Selenium
  • Selenium IDE – Overview with a couple of examples
  • WebDriver Architecture
  • Installation of Selenium and supporting tools/Frameworks
  • Drivers for Firefox, IE, Chrome, Iphone, Android etc
  • What is the difference between Selenium RC and WD?
Selenium IDE and RC Introduction
  • Installing Selenium IDE
  • Introduction to Selenium RC
  • “Selenese” – Selenium Commands
  • Actions, Asserts, Assessors.
  • Developing Test Cases & Test Suites with Selenium-IDE
Installations
  • eclipse-Oxygen
  • JDK 1.8
  • Firefox 47.0.1, firebug and file path
  • Set up TestNG, Maven and Selenium (2.53.1 &3.0 +) for eclipse
Locating Techniques
  • Simple WebDriver Program Demonstration
  • Basics of HTML page, tags, attributes, and visible texts
  • Importance of attributes in locating elements
  • Installation of Firebug and Firepath in Firefox browser
  • Locators and Eight Locating Techniques
  • Creating robust locators using CSS and XPath
WebDriver Basics – I
  • Execute Tests in Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer
  • WebDriver Commands: Driving Browsers and Handling Cookies
  • WebElement Commands
  • Handling Various WebElements
  • WebDriver Timeout Methods
WebDriver Basics – II
  • Handling Multiple elements using find Elements() method
  • Handling Alerts, Pop-ups, and Frames
  • Limitation of Implicit Wait and how Explicit Wait helps
  • Advanced User Interactions
  • Taking Screenshots
  • Working with Firefox profiles
  • Handling File Uploads Using AutoIT
  • Introduction to Flash Application Testing using Selenium WebDriver
TestNG
  • Arranging Tests in 3-As format
  • F.I.R.S.T Principles and SRP
  • Various Annotations in TestNG
  • TestNG configuration file
  • Configuration Annotations
  • Attributes of @Test
  • Parallel Test Execution Capability
  • Assertion APIs
  • Passing Parameters to Tests
  • Configuring Test Suites
  • Reports using TestNG
  • Reports using ReportNG
WebDriver – Framework
  • Introduction to various frameworks
  • Page Object Design Pattern
  • Data Driven Tests using TestNG and POI
  • Introduction to Maven and ANT
  • Use of Log4j
  • Use of Listeners
  • Typical components of a framework
  • Overview of BDD, TDD
  • Code Coverage in Java
  • Overview of Sikuli tool for UI testing
  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • Configuring Jenkins to invoke Selenium Tests
Selenium Grid
  • What is Selenium Grid?
  • When to Use Selenium Grid
  • Setting up Grid – Hub and Nodes?
  • Configuring TestNG.xml to run tests on Grid
Database testing using webdriver
  • Installing MySQL Database
  • sql package
  • Overview on Connection Interface, Statement Interface, Prepared Statement and Resultset Interfaces.
  • Example program to Access Database.
  • Some examples on SELECT,UPDATE and DELETE queries
  • Some Webdriver examples using Data fetched from Database
  • Automation Test Framework
Develop Test automation framework
  • What is a framework
  • Types of framework
  • Data driven framework
  • Modular driven framework
  • Keyword driven framework
  • User Defined Keyword driven framework with implementation
  • Execute test scripts from the framework
BDD Framework with Cucumber
  • Agile Testing
  • Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)
  • Advantages and Limitations of BDD
  • Cucumber Fundamentals
  • Gherkin Syntax in Cucumber
  • Step Definition for Cucumber Feature File
  • Advantages of Cucumber
  • Implementing BDD Framework using Cucumber
Project Execution
  • Automate an eCommerce Application
  • Test Automation Requirements Description
  • What Next? How to Start?
  • High Level Framework
  • Configurability—No To Hard-Coding
  • Modularity—Re-Use And DRY
  • Test Data Management
  • Logging And Reporting
Mobile App Test Automation Using Appium
  • Introduction Mobile App Test Automation
  • Introduction to Appium
  • UIAutomator with Appium
  • Locating Elements – UIAutomator framework
  • Desired Capabilities for Android

Post Selenium

Maven Project Management Tool
  • Introduction about maven
  • High-Level Overview
  • Ant vs Maven
  • Installation of Maven
  • Demo using Sample Maven Project
Version Control Tool GITHUB
  • Downloading and configuring Github
  • Difference between CVC Versus DVC
  • Basic Git Commands
  • Working with Repositories
  • Setting up Repositories
  • Local and Remote Repositories
  • Create repository and cloning projects
  • Committing and Syncing the code
  • Reverting and Rolling Back the Code
  • Branch and Merging Concepts and Implementation
  • Stashing Changes
  • Resolving the Conflicts
Continuous Integration Testing using Jenkins
  • About Jenkins
  • History of Jenkins
  • Splitting of Projects
  • What is Continuous Integration
  • Installing Jenkins
  • Creating a simple job
  • Integrating Jenkins to the Project
ANT
  • What is Ant
  • XSLT Report generation using TestNG and ANT
  • Building utility functions
  • Building BAT for project execution
  • Building BAT to run tests using ANT
JUnit
  • JUnit’s Annotations
  • JUnit’s Methods
  • JUnit Test Suites
  • Ant Build and JUnit Reporting
Log4j
  • Logging Introduction
  • Log4J framework Introduction
  • Layout Introduction
  • Types of Layout
  • Appender Introduction
  • Types of Appender

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