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A Guide to REST API Testing: Best Practices, Tools, and Techniques for Seamless API Testing

1.  Introduction to REST API Testing 1.1. What is an API? An API (Application Programming Interface) defines the methods, protocols, and tools for building software applications. It specifies how different software components should interact with each other. In our social media application, the API provides a set of endpoints and rules for accessing and manipulating user profiles. The API documentation defines the available endpoints, the required parameters, the expected response format, and any authentication requirements. Developers can use this API to integrate social media features into their own applications. Table of Contents: 1. Introduction to REST API Testing      1.1. What is an API?      1.2. What is REST API?      1.3. What is SOAP API?      1.4. Why Test APIs?      1.4. Challenges in API Testing 2. Key Concepts in REST API Testing      2.1. HTTP Methods (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)      2.2. URI (Uniform Resource Identifier)      2.3. Request Headers      2.4. Request Bod

Python Behave Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide to Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)

In this tutorial, we'll explain each and every aspect of Behavior Driven Development. This BDD Python tutorial will help you create and design your automation tests and framework. Table of Content 1. What is BDD? 2. What is Gherkin Language in BDD? 3. What is Behave in Python? 4. Installing and Setup Behave 5. Project Structure for Behave Python (BDD) 6. Feature Files, Step Functions and Other Files in Behave Feature File Step Functions Step Parameters Passing String Param from Feature File Passing Integer Param from Feature File file behave.ini file 7. Run Feature files in Behave Run a single feature file Run multiple feature files Generate JUNIT xml reports with behave Run feature files with Python suite file Upcoming Tutorials: 8. API Automation Testing with BDD Python (Behave) 9. Selenium Automation with BDD Python (Behave) 1. What is BDD? BDD stands for Behavior Driven Development. BDD is an agile process of development. It encourages non-technical or business t

Top 10 Highly Paid Indian CEOs in the USA

Top Indian CEOs in the USA Indian Americans have been making significant contributions to the US economy for decades. Many Indian-origin executives have reached the pinnacle of success in American corporations and hold some of the highest-paid positions in the country. In this post, we will take a look at the top 10 highly paid Indian-origin CEOs in the USA, their history, academics, salary, and net worth. 1. Sunder Pichai   Salary US$ 199.7 million Sundar Pichai is the CEO of Google and Alphabet Inc. Born in Tamil Nadu, India, Pichai grew up in a middle-class family and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur. He went on to earn a Master’s degree in Material Sciences and Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Pichai joined Google in 2004 and rose through the ranks to become CEO in 2015. His annual salary in 2021 was $2 million, and his net wort

Automating Native Mobile Apps with Appium Commands

  4. Automating Native Mobile Apps with Appium Now that we have set up the environment for Appium, we can move on to the actual testing process. In this section, we will create a basic Appium test that interacts with a mobile application. 4.1 Appium Commands for Interacting with Mobile Elements (Taps, Swipes, Inputs, etc.) In this section of the tutorial, we will explore the commands and methods available in Appium for interacting with mobile elements such as taps, swipes, inputs, and more. These commands are essential for automating interactions with mobile apps during testing. We'll cover the commonly used commands and their usage in Appium using the Java client. Locating Mobile Elements: i. Use the findElement(By locator) method to locate a single element based on a specified locator strategy (e.g., ID, XPath, class name). ii. Use the findElements(By locator) method to locate multiple elements based on the same locator strategy. Example : java Copy code MobileElement element