PractiTest is a web-based QA and testing service for managing software requirements, tests, issues, and reporting. The test management tools collect information and trace bugs during test runs, and users can report issues and receive alerts via email. It's also possible to customize the lifecycles of bugs. PractiTest comes with a variety of statistical functions, methodology reports, and graphs to help provide an overview of test results.
The PractiTest API enables developers to integrate PractiTest with their other applications using REST calls issued in JSON.
The REST API is designed for developers who want to integrate PractiTest into their application, synchronize issue trackers or develop any other tool integration with PractiTest. The API also enables organizations to update their automated test results into PractiTest.
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