- December 16, 2018 at 8:08 am #21326
I”m practice web service either in SOAP or Restful but I did not finf anything useful web service testing site. Can anyone please recommend me list of good web service testing site. Please help. Thanks in advance.January 4, 2019 at 8:58 am #21408
Hii, here is the list of Web Service Testing Site
Top Web Application Testing Tools
Load, Stress and Performance Testing Tools
Telerik test studio
Web Functional/Regression Testing Tools
Link Manager Testing Tools
Web Site Security Testing Tools
Cross Browser Testing Tools
IETesterJanuary 4, 2019 at 9:21 am #21409
The post above contains a list of tools that can be used in testing web services. As I can see, the main subject of this topic opened by Nicholas refers to getting “websites” where you can perform the testing, tho.
So, practicing testing web services does not imply a real website, just requests and responses via HTTP.
—- Method 1: Use existing fake REST API endpoints
So basically you can perform testing on REST endpoints on the following site documentation: https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/
This website provides fake REST endpoints that you can test, by sending e.g. GET https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/posts/1 and asserting the response (body and status code). This site is also useful if you want to create automated API tests too.
—- Method 2: Use a local server and define your own REST API endpoints
If you want to create your own specific mock REST api calls with a set of validations, params, custom method URL, you can use a local server called WireMock http://wiremock.org/
This wiremock provides a local server and you can create your own API REST endpoints. There are a lot of tutorials for this tool available on the internet/wiremock website documentation/youtube.
I hope that this comment helped you. If there are further questions, please let me know.
RazvanJanuary 13, 2019 at 11:14 pm #21501
Public APIs: https://any-api.com/
Restful Booker: https://restful-booker.herokuapp.com/apidoc/index.html
Here (https://github.com/DannyDainton/All-Things-Postman) you can find how to use Postman and to play with restful booker API.
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