The Applause SDK is written in Objective-C and aims to close the feedback loop between app creators, testers and users. The SDK aims provide developers with features such as build distribution, in-app bug reporting, automated crash reporting and in-app user feedback. It also works with existing workflows to provide access to testing information for developers.
Open APIs are upending the ecommerce business model and forcing developers to seek out more realtime tools to ensure a positive customer experience. Speaking with ProgrammableWeb at the recent API World conference in San Francisco, Tony*, a lead developer with an online retailer, discussed some of the unique impacts that face retail when using APIs to enhance content delivery.
This is the final part of our API Testing series. In this article we will talk about what's coming up in the near future that will change how we test and deliver new APIs. Included are looks at the possible effects of newer architectural styles such as GraphQL and gRPC, and new tooling.