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How Would You Approach API Exploratory Testing | 30 Days of API Testing | Day 2

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We are going to learn about How would you approach API Exploratory Testing?

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In this series of 30 Days of API Testing, We are going to learn What is Exploratory Testing and How to do it with APIs, This is Day 2 of 30 Days of API Testing challenge.

30 Days of API Testing

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In this 30 Days of API Testing,

You are going to learn about the concepts of API, API testing, web services, and HTTP Methods basics which are helpful in API testing interview questions.

You will learn about everything API Testing Using Postman, SOAPUI, PAW and many more API Testing Tools in these 30 Days.

These challenges are a great way to learn on your own, as a team effort or join in with the wonderful Ministry of Testing community online.

Below is a list of 30 challenges and a bonus challenge, one for each day of the month. Download the PDF below. Save it somewhere. Print it out. Stick it on your wall. Let’s do this!

Source. : https://www.ministryoftesting.com/dojo/lessons/30-days-of-api-testing

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API stands for Application Programming Interface.
API is a defined set of rules, which contains clearly defined methods of communication. API helps different software components to interact with each other.

API testing involves testing the collection of APIs and checking if they meet expectations for functionality, reliability, performance, and security and returns the correct response.
API testing is used to determine whether the output is well-structured and useful to another application or not, checks the response on basis of input (request) parameter, and checks how much time the API is taking to retrieve and authorize the data too. 🚀 Tools and services I recommend:
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