Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Telephony, Platform-as-a-Service, Big Data, and API Design. Featured today is an API from Paw API development tool for Mac and Vantiv APIs for payments. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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Our API Testing Series continues with a look at two command line tools – HTTPie and curl. Both of these tools are ideal for exploration. Along the way you will create a couple of API tests running against the Trello API, which is a real API with formal authentication tokens.
While there are numerous API testing solutions, the Ruby Airborne API tester Gem will be of interest to those with a strong inclination towards the Ruby platform. If you follow along all the steps you'll create an API test running against the Trello API, a real API with formal authentication tokens.
Postman announced the addition of multi-region support to the monitoring feature. Multi-region support allows developers to run API tests from selected geographical locations. There are six regions developers can choose from including US East, US West, Canada, EU, Asia Pacific, and South America.
Stoplight has released version v3.4 of Scenarios, its tool to test, automate, and debug APIs. This latest release includes new features such as tagging and filtering, discussions, and shared environments. The release also includes an update to the Editor UI and the ability to make entities public.
The latest release of Postman (version 5.0) includes Pro features for free. Now Postman users with free accounts have access, with usage limits, to Pro features such as mock servers, API monitoring, automatic documentation generation and publication, and the Postman Pro API.
Working with your API in a test environment can be a pain. Generating fake calls to test the API can require manually fiddling with things like urls, causing errors and frustration. Tom Wright over at his blog thinks he’s found the solution.
Sometimes, there's more API economy news than there's time to cover it. But you deserve to know, right? So, here's another installation of ProgrammableWeb's "Briefly, In other API Economy News" so you see some of that other stuff that comes our way, but that might not otherwise get covered.
Parasoft, maker of the SOAtest API testing tool, announced a number of enhancements to the tool. A thin client interface, enhanced workflows, and Shift-left performance testing headline the updates. The overarching goal of the updates is to provide quicker, broader access to data.
Postman has added a new Mock Server feature to its popular HTTP client for testing Web services. Now frontend developers and API engineers can simulate API endpoints in a Postman Collection without the need to spin up a backend server and without the hindrances caused by development dependencies.