Learn API testing from zero and build Test Automation framework with minimum toolset: C#, NUnit, RestSharp, Newtonsoft
What you’ll learn
- Postman basics
- API baiscs
- REST API
- RESTful Web Services
- HTTP methods
- HTTP status codes
- JSON schemas
- API testing
- NUnit 3 basics
- NuGet basics
- DotNet Console basics
- RestSharp basics
- NewtonsoftJson basics
- Some basic knowledge in C#
- A computer with access to the internet
- Some basic knowledge in software testing
Some of you may ask a question like: “Why should I select this course, instead of learning API Testing by myself?”
So, what is extremely cool about this course?
You won’t learn just theory.
You will have practical technical tasks to implement real test applications.
You won’t need to search for answers to your questions on Google, because you can’t understand lessons or homework.
Everything is in here. In one place. In this training course.
This guarantees you that this training course will save a lot of your time.
If you would start learning RestSharp and Postman by yourself you would notice that on the internet there is a lot of directions to learn RestSharp and Postman, a lot of different specific topics to learn, which are not applicable on most projects. So, you have to experiment with all the possible solutions to find out which one is the best for you.
In this training course, you will discover RestSharpand Postman from the very beginning.
What I suggest to you, is a training course, where step by step, with detailed homework program, with practical tasks, with a thorough review of each practical task solution we will learn RestSharp and Postman together.
This program will give you enough knowledge to get your first job and be able to implement a test automation application with RestSharp.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn how to test API using Postman
- Students who are seeking to work as Test Autoamtion Engineer
- Anyone who wants to learn how to build test applications using RestSharp
Created by Tigran Ter-Karapetyants, Andrii Piatakha
Size: 3.12 GB