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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Testing a Web API

At this point, you are probably hoping we are getting to the delivery and deployment part, right? Almost, so hang on. There is just one more thing I would like to discuss, which is Web API testing. There are plenty of application types, such as desktop applications, embedded applications, and web applications like we created in this book. And, of course, all those applications can be created using a ton of languages and at least a gazillion frameworks. All of them take a different approach to testing and have their own testing frameworks. Throughout this book, we have used Jasmine, xUnit, and Selenium, to name but a few. In this day and age, companies want web services, though, be they JSON services or XML/SOAP services. ...

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