What do we mean by 360-degree API Testing and Monitoring?

What do we mean by 360-degree API Testing and
In the past, testing was done only at the GUI level and at the end of the development process. When a developer finished their work, they handed it over to the quality assurance team. Because the engineers were short on time, they decided to test the code at the highest level possible: the GUI. Testing at a ground level, such as the API level, is required in the Agile era. Even developers can do it on their own. API testing can even be done before development is finished, thanks to “API contracts.”  This means that developers can use pre-written tests to validate their code.

QA Checklist for Black Friday

Black Friday is approaching quickly. Expect high volumes of digital shopping and high stakes for delivering exceptional shopping experiences in the coming year. This checklist provides an overview of the most important processes that your team should test in order to prepare your application. You can avoid outages, angry tweets, and thousands of dollars in potential revenue by using this checklist.

Unleashing the Power of Real Device Testing (RDT)


In today’s fast-paced digital world, where mobile apps and websites play a crucial role in connecting businesses with their customers, the importance of thorough testing cannot be overstated. As consumers’ expectations for seamless and high-quality user experiences continue to rise, developers and quality assurance teams are faced with the daunting task of ensuring their applications work flawlessly on a wide array of devices and in real-world scenarios.