TestingWhiz is an API test automation tool that helps you test whether your application communicates and responds correctly to perform a workflow by verifying web services connected to them.
TestingWhiz allows data-driven testing by bringing data from data sources like database queries and spreadsheets and then using them to make data-driven API test cases.
End-to-end API testing
End-to-end API testing is possible with the TestingWhiz API test automation tool. The cherry on the top is that you won’t require extensive coding experience or technical abilities to perform this. TestingWhiz combines complicated API transactions and processes to produce robust testing suites that can be executed on-demand or in a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) environment.
TestingWhiz facilitates XML parsing, enabling the user to parse the XML responses collected from SOAP API requests using TestingWhiz.
TestingWhiz facilitates JSON parsing, allowing the user to parse the JSON responses collected from the REST API.
Scriptless API Testing
TestingWhiz’s point-and-click capabilities let you incorporate advanced functionality into your API tests without complex scripting. It also allows users to add assertions to the responses, which helps them build tests faster and validate the responses easily.
TestingWhiz easily integrates into your CI/CD process, with native plugins for Jenkins and other popular tools as well as any easy-to-use Command Line Interface.
You can easily generate API Reports with TestingWhiz. The execution history, including request and response, is saved with the data case when a request is executed. This gives you a detailed report of previous executions when diagnosing an unexpectedly failing test.
How it work?
End-to-end API testing is possible without complex scripting or multi-level navigation
Automated API tests deliver faster test results and significantly speed up development workflows
Automated API tests can be run in any language
Improved test coverage
Having access to the application without requiring users to interact with the system is a significant advantage