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API Testing

by martin on September 9th, 2010

This article provides a QA engineer’s perspective on API testing. It pulls out some of different types of testing approaches, such as unit testing and black-box testing, and provides some guidance on writing API tests.

Note that the term “API Testing” is commonly used in the QA domain to mean programmatic black-box tests that a QA engineer writes.  However, I view the topic of “testing an API” as being wider than this, encompassing unit testing, integration testing, and non-functional testing, and performed by either developers or QA engineers.

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