The newest SOAtest release aims to improve the test creation process by enabling users to leverage their organizations' existing test inventories and train SOAtest's artificial intelligence engine using machine learning, so it can create API test templates automatically.
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Postman teams and collaboration features are now available to user of the free Postman app. These features were previously only available via Postman paid plans. The Postman 6.2 release also includes Sessions, a new feature that allows teams to set variables that are session-specific.
This post will introduce you to the Synthetic Monitoring concept, which can make you feel more confident about your production system because you find errors quicker. It focuses on improving your Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR), and gathering valuable metrics on how your whole system behaves.
Newman by Postman is an open source tool that can be used to run and test Postman collections directly from the command line. Among the best ways to use this CLI tool are running Newman with a local JSON file, running Newman with the latest collection URL, and integrating with a CI/CD pipeline.
The latest Parasoft SOAtest release introduces artificial intelligence to convert manual UI tests into automated, script-less API tests. The tools works as a simple browser extension to streamline the development workflow. Smart Generator monitors underlying API calls during manual testing.
It’s an old adage but it’s true; if you want your API to succeed, treat it like a product. And one of the most important steps in any product’s lifecycle is when it gets released. James Higginbotham offers a 10-point checklist to help make sure that your API release runs as smoothly as possible.
In this part of the API testing series, we take a look at LoadView, a combination monitoring and load testing tool. If your company has a DevOps role, that may be the main user. Otherwise, this tool will most likely be used by a combination of people in testing and development roles.
Postman has released Postman 6.0 which introduces Workspaces, an environment where groups of users can collaborate on API development projects and testing APIs. Individual developers can organize their work in personal workspaces and teams of developers can collaborate in team workspaces.
SmartBear has released a tool that it says is helpful for the testing that API providers might do during the API lifecycle. For example, it can reverse engineer an API definition by inspecting existing API calls. However, the experience is marred by several references to the Swagger specification.
A new report anticipates continued global growth in the API testing market. While blossoming technologies like AI, machine learning, and IoT will drive this growth, challenges to the market reaching its full potential include consumer concerns with data security, and lack of education around APIs.