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API Testing With JMeter and the JSON Extractor

Learn to functional test your Rest APIs with JMeter and the JSON Extractor. The ultimate guide for API testing with APIs with a JSON response. Master API testing

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Yuri Grunin

How to Extract Values When Spring Boot API Testing With REST Assured

Learn how to easily extract values when API testing with Rest Assured. Read this easy to follow tutorial and run your API tests like a pro. Master value extraction.

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Grigor Avagyan

How to Switch From Functional to Load API Testing and Back

 Learn how to easily go from functional API testing to load API testing and back. Make your API testing efficient by reusing API functional or load API testing. 

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Klaus Neuhold

REST API Testing - How to Do it Right

Learn how to run RESTful API testing with JMeter. Follow these simple steps to nail your API testing.

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Anastasia Golovkova

How to Convert SoapUI xml to JMeter jmx

Converting your SoapUI xml files into jmx format in order to run your test in JMeter is easy.

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Noga Cohen

Testing REST API File Uploads in JMeter

In certain file upload scenarios in JMeter, such as testing an upload via some REST API endpoint, you will need to build an HTTP request manually. Here we explain how you can create a multipart POST or PUT request from scratch.

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Dmitri Tikhanski

Testing SOAP/REST Web Services Using JMeter

 The Representational State Transfer (REST) uses the HTTP request method, and the most popular  are GET, POST, PUT and DELETE. Responses to these requests return status codes indicating success or failure as well as any applicable headers, and JSON representing the affected fields (or nothing) in the message body.

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Julia Lisova

How to Prepare Your UI Vs. API Load Test

Before discussing UI and API load tests, there are a few key differences we should take into consideration. For a UI, you want to test the load of an actual user scenario. For example: logging in, adding items to a cart, filling out a form, and so on. Both tests are usually done by generating HttpWebRequests, however the API load test output will be in a JSON or XML format (no embedded objects involved) whereas a UI test returns the actual page.    

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Refael Botbol

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