APIs are everywhere. As I write this post, I know that the underlying technology enabling me to produce this text is wired together and magically works through the integration of a significant number of loosely and tightly coupled API interactions. As I use the Fitbit ecosystem to monitor my health and fitness, I know there are numerous APIs involved in delivering insights and information to me. As I file my business expenses via Expensify, I know the simple soup-to-nuts workflow from submission to payout would be impossible unless a number of different industry providers integrated seamlessly via APIs.
ThoughtWorks is one of the largest and most successful software consultancies in the world. That’s why we’re really excited to co-host our next webinar with one of their talented QA Consultants.
Srinivas Murty of ThoughtWorks will be discussing the finer points of API performance testing at 1 p.m. ET September 13.
In a recent round of community feedback, the ability to take Postman collections and use them in Load Impact was one of the most-requested features we heard, and here we are — delivering what our beloved users want (and need), once again.
If your company has built a mobile app for public distribution, the odds are good that it's using an API developed by your team. APIs play a critical role in application development because they provide so much flexibility in targeting various platforms and devices; in fact, they can be considered the foundation of any good app or software.