API Fortress

2014
New York, NY, USA
Jun 23, 2020   |  By API Fortress
Last night, I was watching yet another episode of House MD on TV. There’s always a good reason to watch House again, although I know most of the lines by memory. Also, if you want to ruin the show for yourself, at minute 38, the correct diagnosis always happens and it’s not lupus (except for once). So, not paying too close attention, I couldn’t ignore that my phone was begging for me to look at it. It was API Fortress, letting me know that the GitHub tests were failing.
Jun 4, 2020   |  By API Fortress
Today, API Fortress announces the generally available release of Bloodhound, a lightweight API debugging gateway that is free to download and open source. Watch the Bloodhound Demo video or visit the Bloodhound page to see how easily you can start using the most powerful tool for API transaction debugging available today. Download Bloodhound at our GitHub.
Mar 30, 2020   |  By API Fortress
API Fortress’ API-first architecture means that we can seamlessly integrate with any tool in your toolchain. One of the most popular tooling companies in the world is Elastic. Not only do they provide logging and search, but they have a great visualization tool for all the data they collect called Kibana. With the API Fortress data API, all of your test results can be exported in real-time to the data analysis platform of your choice.
Feb 11, 2020   |  By API Fortress
How State-sponsored Actors May Have Exploited Twitter’s Public Endpoint In our continued push to help companies with APIs realize that 95% of API vulnerabilities are due to human error and not “hacks,” this week, we dive into an issue that Twitter found last December, but is only now reporting. The Twitter API vulnerability is particularly interesting because it didn’t involve a breach.
Jan 21, 2020   |  By API Fortress
New York, NY — January 20, 2020 — API Fortress, the leader in functional uptime monitoring and collaborative API testing, announces Mass Functional Test Generation. For the first time, engineers, architects, and QAs can import OpenAPI or Swagger spec files and have a large number of functional tests generated for them. The current beta release of Mass Functional Test Generation will become a generally available release on January 31, 2020.
Nov 9, 2018   |  By API Fortress
API Fortress has been in the testing space since 2014. In that time we've learned to never take creating detailed tests for granted. They can reveal some of the most unexpected problems, that can cost your company thousands of hours and millions of dollars. Most API errors are not caught within 24hrs because API tests aren't detailed enough.
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Work with the newest Oracle API Platform Cloud Service to interface with the increasingly complex array of services your clients want.
Feb 7, 2020   |  By API Fortress
Oct 21, 2019   |  By API Fortress
In this video we show you how to go from a Postman Collection to a load test in two minutes!
Sep 19, 2019   |  By API Fortress
In this video we show you how to easily upload a Postman collection and use those API calls to quickly generate robust functional tests in the API Fortress platform. From there you can create more detailed integration tests, a load test, schedule a monitor, and more!
Jul 23, 2019   |  By API Fortress
In this video we show API Fortress users how to test and monitor APIs with 3-Leg oAuth. That means being able to test against a process that involves logging in with Facebook and Twitter, for example.
Jun 19, 2019   |  By API Fortress
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.