API stands for Application I nterface. It’s a set rules that allows programs to communicate with each other. APIs allow server-client communication to be made easier. defines the API’s appearance. It stands for REpresentational Transfer. This is a set rules developers must follow when creating their API. One of these rules is that you must be able get data (called a resource), when you … Continue reading "Summary Guide for Creating and Maintaining Automated API Tests"
Big MNCs such as Amazon, Google and Netflix are now using microservices architecture for their business needs. The microservices trend is also causing debates about monoliths versus microservices. Let’s first understand monolithic architecture and how it led to the shift from monolithic architecture to microservices architecture. This will help us understand microservices and their importance in modern times. … Continue reading "Microservices: What the basics?"
A frontend application is what comes to mind when we think of exploratory tests. It has many fields and buttons that we can click on to explore the software in many different ways. All types of software are possible exploratory test targets, regardless of their user interface. This article will show you two examples of systems … Continue reading "There is No User Interface – how to explore?"
Many people think of test automation and code when they talk about technical skills. These aren’t the only skills that testers need. Even testers who do not write code should continue to improve their skills. Let’s look at some examples. API Testing It’s important that a tester understands API testing in order to be able to use the tools and … Continue reading "Testing Skills that don’t require Coding"