api-testing-tool is a testing tool which help you auto test all api with your testcase. You can use hudson... to schedule test it
- Create testcase with json config
- Inject variable in testcase to re-use in api (global, response variable...)
- Inject api template to re-use in testcase
- Support debug, validate, re-call api to ensure that your api services are fine
- Support upload multiple files
- Calculate execution time to run for each other and all
- Support to export to html document which is APIs specific document
- Support smart declare document to re-use, less step when you change or update document.
Can update customize type in doc by add <
> at the first line in content
- Update write log version which you updated on new document
- GUI is beautiful, easy to use
- You can write and inject your module to check or do something else
- You can temporary disabled some api without remove it in testcase
- In case, your data need a time to sync before call the next api, we support it too
- Can pick browser to open when test
Api-testing-tool requires Node.js v4+ to run.
Download and extract the latest pre-built release.
Install the dependencies and devDependencies and start the server.
$ cd api-testing-tool $ npm install
open testing server which help response our request
$ npm start
play testcase demo
$ npm test demo
Create new project to use in your project
$ npm run gen "PROJECT NAME"
- Write Testcase
- Run test or debug testcase
- After test ok, export to HTML doc
api-testing-tool uses a number of open source projects to work properly:
- [AngularJS] - HTML enhanced for web apps!
- [Visual Studio Code] - code editor
- [node.js] - evented I/O for the backend
- [ExpressJS] - fast node.js network app framework
- [unirest] - Lightweight HTTP Request Client Libraries
- [open] - library which help open a file or url in the user's preferred application
- [copy-dir] - library which help copy template
- [async] - Async is a utility module
And of course api-testing-tool itself is open source with a https://github.com/just4developments/api-testing-tool on GitHub.
Free Software, Hell Yeah!