A one-of-its-kind book on QTP. This book makes learning QTP far more accessible. You can be assured he knows what he is talking about. Neatly divided into 32 chapters with nice explanations and accompanying code snippets. It has fodder for all, from beginners to gurus of QTP. How you should read the book?
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Book title: QuickTest Professional Unplugged. Author: Tarun Lalwani I bought this book few months and now almost completed with it. Book is really amazing and in every chapter you will find something new to learn. There are really very excellent tips in each chapter thru which one can start working on QTP more smartly. I really appreciate the effort of the author.
When I got the book tarun author just came back from Australia. He personally called me on my mobile not only me, but to all readers and ask about the book. My thoughts on the book — Perquisite is that reader should know the very basics of QTP i. Record and playback. Game starts from chapter 3. Though I have enough experience on QTP, but still after reading this I come to know about some Object Repository tips, which I never experienced earlier.
Well no doubts, hats off to author. Automation frameworks and the list is very long. It covers almost everything from basics to advanced QTP. You must see and download the book preview for free. Whatever mentioned in the book is practical and with sample codes. You can get the book from here. Leave a Reply:.
I picked these three books because they each approach HP QuickTest Professional from a different perspective. In my opinion all these great books are balancing to each and could be used as QTP training tutorial for newbies in the test automation and also could definitely provide a few ideas to the experienced QA Engineer. So, with that in mind, here are my favorite three of the top QTP books. Both authors have extensive real life experience in Test Automation.
UFT/QTP Interview Unplugged: And I thought I knew UFT!
I knew this was a different book as soon as I laid my hand on the review copy — an unusual square shaped technical book. The book with its unique style is a complete reference for QTP interview questions and answers. While his previous book — QTP Unplugged — was created as a QTP Guide having sections with chapters on various topics, this book is written more like a novel involving various fictional -witty- characters. Without giving much away I can say this is a comprehensive novel on QTP interview questions and answers.
QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged: Master Object Identification Techniques