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  • How to utilize postman for API test automation

    Heya all the readers!!! In this blog we will discuss how to automate API testing with the Postman’s amazing features. We have already integrated our REST APIs test with the Postman. But I will demonstrate for the open REST API on internet with the basic tests in Postman. So for that we will need to know some basic terms for Postman tool. So let’s start with those terms:Collection: A Postman Collection lets you group individual API requests together. You can organize these requests into folders. Basically, it can manages the test suites containing different test APIs and folders containing test APIs. This collection can be monitored, shared and managed.Scripts: Postman contains a powerful runtime based on Node.js that allows you to add dynamic behavior to requests and collections. This allows you to write test suites, build requests that can contain dynamic parameters, pass data between requests, and a lot more. You can add JavaScript code to execute during 2 events in the flow: Before a request is sent to the server, as a pre-request script under the Pre-request Script tab. After a response is received, as a test script under the Tests tab.You can add pre-request and test scripts to a collection, a folder, a request within a collection, or a request not saved to a collection. Variables: Variables are symbolic names that represent the information you store in them. Variables allow you to reuse values in multiple places so you can keep your code DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself).Variable scopes: You can assign five[…]

    23.07.2019 | 7:06 קרא עוד...
  • I Guess

    I Guess   I really enjoyed providing pre-production comments on Rich Roger's book on quality, Changing Times,  so when the opportunity to do the same for George Dinwiddie came up recently, I took it.Why? Oh, a handful of reasons, including: I'm here for the testing and reviewing feels a lot like testing. (My definition of testing: the pursuit of relevant incongruity.) There's the interesting intellectual challenge of finding a way to provide the kind of review being requested effectively and efficiently. There's the interesting social challenge of delivering my thoughts in a way that conveys them respectfully, despite sometimes being critical. George's book is called Software Estimation Without Guessing and I knew up front that there would be two rounds of review for it. The first was on a version with a couple of chapters still to be written, the second with all content present but further editing still required.The publisher, The Pragmatic Bookshelf, provided clear guidelines on the kind of review they wanted and, in particular, they asked for grammar and typos to be excluded. Initially I felt that this might be a mistake — I could see them, why not call them out and reduce the chance they'd be missed later — but increasingly came to think that it was a good call. By ignoring them, I didn't break my flow to annotate stuff that is probably bread and butter to professional editors, instead delivering what value I could by commenting on the content based on my domain knowledge.Pragmatic also[…]

    23.07.2019 | 1:42 קרא עוד...
  • 2019/07/23 I’m doing an AMA on Communities of Practice with MoT

    On Tuesday 13th August, at 20:00 UK time, I’m doing an AMA webinar on Communities of Practice with Ministry of Testing, with details available here. I have spoken previously about Communities of Practice, with Creating a Testing Community of Practice, Why should we test, and other topics we discussed as a group, 26/3/18 Test Community of Practice: Pair Testing, plus tweets and even doing a local Meetup presentation on them. But what is an AMA? An AMA stands for “Ask Me Anything”, and instead of me giving a presentation for an hour, it is where those attending come up with the questions, and then I try my best to answer them, sharing my experiences and giving examples where possible, as well as any resources along the way. How did this happen? I’ve been wanting to do this for a while, and spoke with the Ministry of Testing team about it last year at Brighton. But with life getting in the way, and them having a busy schedule, it was tough working out when to make it happen. Then, recently they got in touch to see if I was interested in still doing it (of which, I most certainly was!!), and then we worked out a date. How can I do an AMA? If there is something you are knowledgeable and passionate about, by putting yourself out there, sharing your experience through social media, speaking at events (even if only 99 Second Talks at TestBash, as I’ve not given a conference talk to[…]

    23.07.2019 | 1:00 קרא עוד...


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