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SmartBear released a new plug-in for the SmartBear Ready! API. The plug-in integrates with Microsoft's Azure API Management and allows the portal to import APIs to the Ready! API.
Provider of continuous testing capability invoked via APIs adds ability to record mobile application user experiences to reduce time it takes to test applications.
Enterprise app developers looking to test their apps outside of the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store will be pleased to know Applivery is open for service.
One might assume popular cloud providers' IP addresses will be associated with the countries those providers' data centers are located in, but that isn't always the case.
Mockbin, which was developed by Mashape for internal testing, is a new service that helps developers log, debug and simulate API calls made over HTTP.
Smarterer announced free access to its skill assessment API. Formerly a fee-based service, the API provides over 400 skill tests, and can quantify skills in 10 questions.
SmartBear announces new versions of TestComplete and QAComplete, now integrated with SmartBear API testing tools. Customers can now test an application's GUI and APIs.
SmartBear has announced the SmartBear Developer Network allowing for their community to collaborate on the projects under its guidance.
A new tool from Google Cloud Platform now scans your App Engine apps for known web security vulnerabilities.
SmartBear has updated Collaborator, a tool for peer review of code, user stories and other documentation. Included is a new JSON API allowing for multiple product integrations.
BlazeMeter has launched an approach to continuous testing that enables developers to run tests on application code whenever they want to by invoking an API.
The new virtual reality headset from Samsung and Oculus presents a different type of opportunity for developers compared with smartphones, tablets and wearables.