Karate is an opensource API testing tool developed by Peter Thomas from Intuit. Karate is built on top of HttpClient and Cucumber and has its own DSL to make API testing very easy. Although been around for almost a year, it has… Read More »
This post is a large collection of Software Testing Interview Questions and Answers. The list covers foundations of Software Testing, Technical Testing, Test Automation, API Testing, Agile Testing, Web Testing and Selenium WebDriver Interview Questions and Answers. You can click… Read More »
If you are a technical tester or you are involved in testing APIs then you need to be familiar with the HTTP basics and terminologies. Without knowing the basics of HTTP, you cannot develop good API tests. In this article,… Read More »
How to set HTTP headers in Karate? Karate is an API testing tool with a very comprehensive and easy to understand DSL. In this post, we show how to set multiple headers in the header part of a request. Examples… Read More »
Automated Testing of emails can be a bit daunting as the majority of email providers are not built for testing purposes. In the past, people have used Gmail and mailinator to create email addresses, send and read emails but they… Read More »
In this API Testing tutorial, we take a look at how to parse JSON response and extract information using REST-Assured library. When testing an API, you typically make a request to a resource, (e.g. via a GET or POST request)…. Read More »
What is the difference between PUT and PATCH requests, and when should we use one over the other? PUT and PATCH are HTTP verbs and they both relate to updating a resource. The main difference between PUT and PATCH requests is the way the server processes the request to modify a resource identified by the request URI.