How do we perform API and MicroServices Testing
Defining tech stack1
Define tech stack that suites to the current project
Group test cases2
Create test cases for all possible combinations to ensure that we complete full test coverage of API and Group test cases into categories.
Declare all functions of tests3
Define and all functions of test cases.
Making tests independent4
Make tests independent and Specify test data in the entity and not in tests themselves.
Analyze and deliver reports5
Detect and create a bug report to identify similar bugs in the future so they can be avoided.
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Why Choose Us for API and MicroServices Testing Services?
- Expertise in a wide range of API protocols like XML, SOAP, JSON, REST, Gdata, YAML, ATOM, RSS, and RDF, etc.
- End-to-end applications validation experience at various layers of the application.
- Expertise in leading industry tools for API testing for functional, load, and security testing.
- Automation of API test cases.
Our Case Studies
Security Testing of NgageN Platform
NgageN is an exclusive platform enabling NFT economies between Brands & Creators. Created byone of the leading Blockchain companies in India, NgageN is an invitation-only platform for credibleBrands & Creators to drive new forms of fan engagement, sources of revenue & community buildingby creating NFTs which provide exclusive digital assets as well as experiences. In […]
Security Testing of TicketXpress Web Platform
Ticket Xpress is a new-age, mobile-first, smart & secure Digital Voucher platform to generate, distribute and authorize all kinds of value, product, and service e-vouchers for your customers in a simple, centralized & cost-effective way. The application is developed in Nodejs using App server: Nodejs, Web server: Nginx, DB.In this case, the problem was that […]
Security Testing of BrandIntelle and ADIntelle Web Platform
Brandintelle helps marketing teams with better planning, enabling tighter cost control, bringing greater data visibility & providing quicker insights. ADintelle is a web platform designed to help agencies simplify their operations, with powerful workflows. BrandIntelle is used by the marketing teams of the organizations whereas AdIntelle is used by the marketing agencies to track their campaigns […]
Security Testing of Segmind MLOps Platform
Segmind is an end-to-end MLOps platform enabling enterprises and teams to build cloud-native and portable ML pipelines. Segmind is fundamentally changing ML development by unifying multiple tools needed by Data science, ML, and DevOps teams. From idea to production, Segmind helps teams improve cycle time from weeks to hours, reduce development costs, and time to […]
Functional Testing of Travel Tech Website
Travel Tech is a completely virtual and free event, which offers tourism trade professionals (tourism, destinations, travels, and hospitality) educational resources and actionable strategies that will help them move toward recovery and improve profitability more quickly. In this case, the problem was that client was not sure from where to start, how to start, what […]
Crowd Testing of FIFO LIFE Mobile App
‘FIFO Life’ is a multi-functional mobile app for the Fly-In, Fly Out (FIFO) industry in Australia. Mixing social networking, roster management, family and mental health management, live forums, live chat, and friend searches, ‘FIFO Life’ aims to remove the feeling of isolation that many FIFO workers feel in their day-to-day working lives. The client was […]
Questions we get asked regarding API and MicroServices Testing
What is API testing?
It is an application or system that can be used to implement a programming interface that is written using functions or sub-routines and can be used by other software. API Testing mostly focuses on the business logic layer (as defined in the diagram) of software development architecture.
What is API testing used for?
API testing is a type of software testing that analyzes an application program interface (API) to verify it fulfills its expected functionality, security, performance, and reliability. The tests are performed either directly on the API or as part of integration testing.
Who is responsible for API testing?
Today, API testing is performed in a number of organizations. However, there are different teams responsible to carry out API testing. In the majority of the organizations, management prefers the QA team to test them. But, you can find companies where API testing is done by the developers as well
What is needed for API testing?
API testing flow is quite simple with three main steps: Send the request with necessary input data. Get the response having output data. Verify that the response returned as expected in the requirement.
What tools are you using for manual API Testing?
We prefer to use Postman as a tool for manual API testing due to the following reasons:
1. Easy to use
2. Could be integrated with CI/CD tool
3. Ability to store test data through different environments
4. Ability to use variables
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