• Post category:Udemy (Mar 2022)
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Learn PyTest by Creating Real World Python Project and Writing Test Cases

What you will learn

How to write backend automation using Python 3

How to use the most popular framework PyTest

Build high-performing and reliable automated test suites

Learn to write PyTest test functions

Build high-performing, reliable automated test suites

Learn how to use PyTest Fixtures

How to install PyTest plugins

Create PyTest Projects and Configuration

Description

About the course

In The Complete Automation PyTest Course for 2021 you will learn Pytest from scratch. You will go all the way through from complete python beginner to a professional automation test developer. Pytest incorporated many features that makes testing way easier and organized. You will be able to write automated tests, fixtures, built-in plugins and installable libraries.

Pytest is a Python based tool

The use of Python is increasing not only in software development, but also in areas such as data analysis, research, test and other fields. Python’s growth in many critical fields also comes with the desire for them to be placed correctly, effectively and efficiently, software testing is available to make sure that the programs function properly and provide accurate results. Additionally, more and more software projects involve continuous integration and include an automated testing phase as release cycles get shorter and manual in-depth testing of increasingly complex projects is simply impossible. Teams need to be able to trust testing from continuous integration servers to tell them if they can trust their software enough.

What is Pytest?

PyTest is a robust Python testing tool that is used in all levels of software testing. PyTest is a key component in the work of many software development teams, quality assurance teams, independent testing companies and from students on their university projects. Many platforms are now switching from the legacy unitest to Pytest to test their code. This is because Pytest offers powerful features such as rewrite validation, a third-party attachment model, and a powerful yet simple device adaptation this is unmatched in any other testing framework. Pytest is a software testing framework, which means that Pytest is a command line tool that automatically finds tests you’ve written, runs tests, and reports results. It has a library of extras that you can use in your tests to help you test more effectively. Can be extended to writing plug-ins or installing third-party plug-ins. Can be used to test Python distributions. And that integrates easily with other tools such as seamless integration and web automation .


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PyTest stands out above many other test frameworks:

•Simple tests are simple to write in Pytest.

•Complex tests are still simple to write.

•Tests are easy to read.

•Easy to learn

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Content

Introduction

Introduction to PyTest
Why Learning PyTest?
Important Notes and Course Navigation

Types of PyTest Testing

What is PyTest Used For?
Types of Testing
PyTest Inputs and Outputs
Creating Simple Tests Files in PyTest
Creating Tuples to Tests
Using Tuples to Test Multiple Components
PyTest Output Description
Using the PyTest Options
Using the PyTest Options: Part 2

Writing Test Functions

Writing Test Functions with PyTest: Overview
Create Test Project
Test Project: Unit Modules Part 2
Test Functions: Variety Part 1
Test Functions: Variety Part 2
Test Functions: Add Tests
Test Project: Api Exceptions
Test Project: Unique ID Test Part 1
Test Project: Unique ID Test Part 2

Testing Test Functions

Using the Assert Statement
Exceptions
Running Test Functions
Skipping Tests
Expected Fail Tests
Running Subsets
Parametrized Testing

PyTest Fixtures

Introduction to Fixtures
Using and Sharing Fixtures
Tracing Fixture Execution
Using Fixtures for Test Data
Using Multiple Fixtures
Specifying Fixture Scope
Fixture Specifications and Autouse
Renaming and Parametrizing Fixtures

Built-In Fixtures

PyTest Built-In Fixtures
impdir and tmpdir-factory Fixtures
Using pytestconfig Fixtures
Using cache Fixture
Using cache Fixture: Part 2
Using capsys Fixture
Using doctest_namespace Fixture
Using recwarn Fixture
Using monkeypatch Fixture

Plugins

Plugins Finding
Creating Plugins
Testing Plugins
Creating Distributions

PyTest Configuration

PyTest Configuration
Command Line Options & Markers
Specifying Test Directory Locations
Filename Collisions