BugRaptors enables to perform the communication and data exchange between two separate software systems. We use software for testing to send calls to the API, get output, and note down the system's response. We use Testing Tool to drive the API and write our own code to test the API. API testing is entirely different from GUI testing and mainly concentrates on the business logic layer of the software architecture. This testing won't concentrate on the look and feel of an application.
Functionality Testing: BugRaptors verify whether the API technically works or not. Does it work as expected / documented? We test the functionality of main scenarios, often utilizing unit tests as building blocks for end-to-end tests. We Encompass test case definition, execution, validation, as well as regression testing.
Usability Testing: We check whether the API is easy to work with. Is it simple to set up? And we also verify whether the API is functional as well as user-friendly and also does API integrate well with other platform as well?
Reliability Testing: BugRaptors verify that the API can be reliably linked to and lead to consistent outcomes as well as is it “reliable” over time?
Security Testing: Team ensures that the API has defined security needs, including authentication, permissions and access controls. Tester sees some API security tips for protecting important data. We encompass what kind of authentication is needed and whether sensitive data is encrypted over HTTP or both.
Documentation: BugRaptors test team has to make sure that the documentation is suitable and adequate as well as providing sufficient information to interact with the API. We make it sure that Documentation should be a part of the final deliverable.
Discovery Testing: In this we manually perform the set of calls documented in the API like checking that a particular resource exposed by the API can be listed, created and deleted as suitable.