API Testing Services

Enhancing Your Software Functionality with Automated API Testing.

Why is API Testing Important?

API testing targets the business logic layer within the software architecture. The main role of an application programming interface (API) is to facilitate integration with other applications.

At QA Genesis, we conduct API testing to verify that APIs can be utilized securely and effectively by other software.

Our approach to API testing includes examining a range of both positive and negative scenarios. We take all necessary measures to ensure that your API is free of defects and operates as intended.

We offer both automated and manual API testing services.

Benefits Of API Testing

Access application without the need for a user interface
Anti-malware and anti-hacking protection
Efficiency in terms of time
Independent technology lowers the cost of testing
Test execution is quick

API Testing Services Offered by QA Genesis

When you hire QA Genesis, we only assign QA engineers with immense experience in API testing technologies. As a result, it allows you to invest minimum time and resources on the testing cycle while also improving test performance.

01API Automation TestingDeveloping API tests and ensuring they are run regularly.
02API Functional TestingExamining the API's health status.
03API Security TestingExamining the security and data encryption methods used with the HTTPS protocol.
04API Regression TestingTesting the API's functionality following bug fixes and feature development.
05API Load TestingTesting the load capacity of your API.
06API Negative TestingExamining how the API functioned when presented with invalid data.
07API Documentation TestingExamining the completeness of the API call guidelines.

Our API Testing Methodology Consists

Examining the API specification
Examining the prerequisites
Development of test documentation
Development of a test framework
Test execution and reporting for an integration test suite using a CI/CD server

Got API Testing Challenges? Tell Us About Them.


How API Testing Company Works?

Define a technology stack that is appropriate for the current project.
Make test cases for all conceivable permutations to verify that the API is thoroughly tested.
Sort the test cases into different groups.
Declare all test functions.
Make tests self-contained.
Rather than in the tests, test data should be specified in the entity.

Defects That Can Be Found During API Testing

Invalid conditions were not appropriately handled.
Flags that have never been used
Inadequate functionality
Connection issues with the API
Concerns about security
Problems with Multithreading
False errors
Incorrect data organization

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Popular Questions

It all depends on the type of API testing you need to perform. For example, several applications employ "internal" API to interact with components of the program. We believe that instead of focusing on UI testing, these API endpoints should be prioritized for testing. The rationale for this is that it is a critical component of the system and should perform as intended.

Automation API testing, in our opinion, is necessary. Here are a few examples:
1. API automation tests are more stable than UI tests since they are not dependent on the user interface.
2. The development of API automation tests is substantially faster than the development of UI automation tests.
3. Runs of API automation tests are lightning quick.
4. API automation tests might be run after each commit to guarantee that the API is working correctly.

Yes, you certainly can. Even if you have postman examinations to complete, it will benefit you in the following ways:
1. More test results visibility
2. You can carry out tests without manual effort
3. Process of continuous delivery
4. Each commit is subjected to automated testing
5. A description of the issue

Yes, it is. We don't need access to your source to create API tests. Our API tests might be better off in their repository.

QA Genesis is capable of developing API automation tests in BDD style. To do so, we use Cucumber, Behat, Aloe, JBehave, and others.

For the following reasons, we prefer to utilize Postman for manual API testing:
1. Simple to use
2. It's possible to integrate it with a CI/CD tool
3. The capability of testing data to be stored in many contexts
4. The ability to work with variables