Did you know that more than 50% of development efforts across organizations are taken up by APIs? Source
The API testing market will be worth USD 1.56 billion in 2022, and exhibit a CAGR of 18.97 per cent between 2023 and 2032. Source
While there is no doubt that API investments remain strong, and the API testing market is growing rapidly, API testing might not be a top priority for organizations as they cannot address its complexities.
Their API testing strategy is unable to shift left, which leaves APIs just short of becoming a strategic asset. Organizations must move to an automated API testing approach to accelerate the API testing process and ensure various stakeholders can identify bugs early on in the development cycle.
In this e-book, we discuss the various API testing challenges that stop an organization from moving to shift left testing and how an automated approach to API testing helps address these challenges.
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Performance profiling metrics on Qyrus enable testers to get a more granular view of how their API or APIs perform over time.
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The Xray integration is an out of the box integration that provides a link between your Xray issues and your Qyrus test scripts. Upon execution of these test scripts, the results are then populated straight to Xray to view execution results and updates from a single platform.
Low-code/no-code platforms can provide a wide range of benefits for teams in the testing industry. By identifying specific use cases, carefully evaluating different platforms, and implementing governance and security measures, teams can use low/no-code automation to improve their testing processes and achieve their goals
Testing an individual API is good but testing the functionality of multiple APIs together in a chain is an even better API testing strategy because that’s how APIs work in a real-world scenario.
CLI commands allow users to interact with, inspect, or execute automated test scripts without visiting the Qyrus UI. They have a range of functionality including allowing testers to execute scripts, update global variables, upload IPA/APK files, delete IPA/APK files, and send reports via email, all through pipeline.