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API Testing – Stop Waiting and Start Testing ASAP!

We have all heard that testers must keep pace with developers to deliver software faster. However, most testers continue to test at the UI level – which is constantly changing, so testers have to wait, and that impacts the ability to meet business demands for faster software releases. It becomes a cycle that testers have a hard time escaping.

Testers want to be able to test earlier, reduce risk, and identify defects sooner – all to satisfy the customer. API testing is the perfect way to supplement traditional UI testing, keep pace with development, and deliver better quality at scale! 

API testing can help you test earlier, faster, and more efficiently! And now, we have the data to show you the benefits of API testing including how much time is spent on UI testing alone, how much (or should I say little) time is spend on unit and API testing, and how much coverage is achieved. 

We will be premiering the results of our recent survey on API testing in a webinar with Parasoft on Thursday, May 9 at 11 AM Pacific / 2 PM Eastern. You can register here.

Join us and learn the secret to balancing your testing approach to achieve better results, with accuracy, and at scale.

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