Understand various testing types and usage scenarios
Test-Driven development and it’s benefits
How to create and implement Unit tests and the elements of a good test
How to create basic API tests (or Integration tests)
Performance testing and how to create a performance test using Visual Studio and Visual Studio team services (VSTS)
How to analyze performance test results using Application Insights
Exploratory testing in the context of visual Studio and Microsoft Test Manager
In this course, you will learn about different test types, usage scenarios and the benefits of a Test-Driven development approach.
We will cover best practices around the usage of Unit, API (Integration), Performance, Functional, Acceptance, Automated (Coded) UI and Exploratory testing.
You will learn how to create and analyze these tests using various tools such as Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), Visual Studio, Application Insights and third-party frameworks such as Selenium
Module 0: Start Here
Welcome to the course!
Module 1: Testing Overview
Types of Tests
Value of Automated Testing in DevOps
Test-Driven Development and its Benefits
Module 2: Unit Tests
What is Unit Testing?
Elements of Unit Test
Techniques for Advanced Unit Testing
Create good unit tests using Visual Studio
Hands-on Lab: Creating Unit Tests
Module 3: Integration Testing
Integration Test in a standard development environment
Module 4: Web Performance Tests and Load Tests
Create Web Performance Test Scripts
Run Load Tests
Analyze Performance Test Results
Hands-on Lab 1: Application Performance Monitoring
Hands-on Lab 2: Load Testing
Module 5: Functional Testing – Acceptance, UI, and Exploratory Tests
Introduction to Functional Testing
Manual Acceptance Testing
Automated UI testing
Exploratory testing with Microsoft Test Manager
Hands-On Lab: Create a coded UI test
Module 6: Final Exam
Experience working in an organization delivering software.
Basic understanding of DevOps or completion of the Introduction to DevOps Practices.