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  • #21326

    Nicholas
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    @peterwkc

    Dear All,

    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.

     

     

    #21408

    Sagar
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    @sagarleo1

    Hii, here is the list of Web Service Testing Site

    Top Web Application Testing Tools

    WebLOAD
    test IO

    Load, Stress and Performance Testing Tools

    WebLOAD
    Apache JMeter
    NeoLoad
    LoadRunner
    LoadUI
    Loadster
    Load impact
    Wapt
    Qtest
    Telerik test studio

    Web Functional/Regression Testing Tools

    TestComplete Web
    Katalon Studio
    Selenium
    TestCafe
    CasperJS
    Screenster
    SoapUI
    Sahi
    Watin
    Watir
    QTP (UFT)
    Ranorex
    TimeShiftX

    Link Manager Testing Tools

    SpringTrax
    LinkTiger
    LinkScan

    Web Site Security Testing Tools

    NTOSpider
    Brakeman
    SiteDigger
    Netsparker
    NMap
    OWASP

    Cross Browser Testing Tools

    Browsera
    IE NetRenderer
    IETester

    #21409

    Razvan
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    @vrazvan

    Hello,

    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.

    Cheers,
    Razvan

     

    #21501

    Darwin
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    @darwin

     

    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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