As APIs continue to become an integral part of how business and developers work, the API community is flourishing with new tools and solutions that make working with and testing these systems easier. In this post, you'll learn about 10 API testing tools to keep your eye on in 2017.
Recently, there was a brief outage in one of the APIs we monitor with both Assertible and Pingdom, SimplyRETS. Our whole development team was away from the keyboard when this problem happened which sparked a conversation regarding just how important effective alerts and notifications are in an API monitoring tool.
Ever wondered what the difference is between GET and POST requests, or when to use PUT? You're not alone. In this post (no pun intended), I'll give you a breakdown of each method and what you need to know when testing APIs.
We have released a new NPM package called move-file-loader. This module is a loader for Webpack to move files from one location to another during compile time.
Use these 4 essential techniques to build reliable API and web service test automation for your QA pipeline.
Using setup steps to capture variables and parameterize HTTP requests allows you to test a wide range of use-cases for your web service.
At Assertible, we automatically run tests against our APIs after every deployment to reduce bugs, validate functionality, and save developer time.
This package provides a function to be run on AWS Lambda that sends CloudWatch notifications to your Slack channel.
This post discusses and provides code samples for how we use React components to create our email templates.
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Assertible joins the OpenAPI initiative 05/09/2018
Automated API testing with TeamCity 03/12/2018
New feature: autocomplete for variables 11/03/2017