One thing that truly separates API Fortress from other API testing solutions is that we offer an API-first platform. This helps with collaboration, standardization, and integrations. That last part is where we really shine. On top of countless out-of-the-box integrations with TIBCO Mashery, Axway, Slack, JIRA, Kibana, Jenkins, TravisCI, and many more, our platform includes APIs that also make it easy for any partner to integrate with us.
New York City — June 20, 2019 — API Fortress announces the release of Forge, a lightweight downloadable test editor that increases flexibility in how you choose to write API tests. With Forge, a user can write a test with API Fortress on their own computer, outside of the platform. In addition, API Fortress is releasing apif-local, an application that contains the core of the API Fortress platform.
You can use our API to trigger an on demand run of both the uptime check and the broken links checker. If you add this to, say, your deploy script, you can have near-instant validation that your deploy succeeded and didn't break any links & pages. Our API allows you to trigger an on demand run for every check we do. But, it's an API - so it requires a set of IDs. First, let's find the different checks your site has.
Editor's note: Today’s post is by Anuschka Diderich, Platform Lead at KPN, a 130-year-old Dutch landline and mobile telecommunications services company. Read on to learn how KPN is connecting people using API-powered products and services. “I’ll connect you.” Those were the first words uttered over the line in 1881, when the first public telephone network in the Netherlands started operating.