Ghost Inspector performs automated website tests in the cloud. The Ghost Inspector API allows developers to execute tests remotely in real-time and fetch results. The main value of this application could be monitoring the functionality of a website from anywhere in the world. Developers in the quality assurance industry might benefit from this API that is about automated web testing. In the site, developers can find samples of diverse parameters such as suites, tests, results and errors associated to list, get and execute commands. An API key is required to create an application in JSON and REST formats. Developers can initiate communication with Ghost Inspector through a contact form. They can also check GI Twitter profile, read the blog and explore the site to become more familiar to the usefulness of this API.
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09-02-17 10:55:30[Sample Source Code] Ghost Inspector Python Sample Code by Ghost Inspector updated with Related API Ghost Inspector
09-02-17 10:54:30[Sample Source Code] Ghost Inspector Go Sample Code by Ghost Inspector updated with Related API Ghost Inspector
07-10-15 11:24:48[SDK] Ghost Inspector Node.js SDK by Ghost Inspector updated with Related API Ghost Inspector