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.
Recently GitLab, an application for the DevOps lifecycle, announced it acquired Peach Tech, a security software firm specializing in protocol fuzz testing and dynamic application security testing (DAST) API testing, and Fuzzit, a continuous fuzz testing solution providing coverage-guided testing.
Github has open sourced a Ruby library it calls Scientist. The idea behind scientist is that it helps developers to replace old clunky (but working) source code "with confidence." In other word, there's less praying when you're ready to cut over to the new version. But can it work for APIs too?
API tooling platform Restlet has today launched a new version of DHC by Restlet, an API testing tool that functions from within the Chrome web browser. DHC helps API developer consumers to test API requests through a visual interface and can help API providers to build a quality user experience.