Postman has developed a new mock service to enable teams to simulate a backend server. Front-end developers can simulate each endpoint in a Postman Collection (and corresponding environment) to view the potential responses, without actually spinning up a back end.
Throughout the development process, delays on the front end or back end can hold up dependent teams from completing their work efficiently. Some API engineers already use Postman to work on endpoints without relying on a front-end UI to simulate API requests. Now, Postman has developed a new mock service to enable teams to simulate a backend server.
Here is also agood repository that uses postman collections demonstrating a variety of use cases for all REST and Platform Extension APIs:
How to get XPATH for Internet explorer?
Alternate for firebug in Internet explorer?
Open IE in a new browser with a blank pageAdd a new Favorites and name it XPATH1Open the Favorites menu and right click the newly added favorite and select properties option.Select the web Document Tab. Enter the following in the URL field:
Here is a list of all time favorite software testing books in no particular order:
General Testing Books
Marnie Hutcheson, 'Software Testing Fundamentals' Wiley, April 2003
Erik van Veenendaal, 'The Testing Practitioner' UTN Publishers, Sept 2002
Paul Gerrard and Neil Thompson, 'Risk-based e-business Testing' Artech House, 2002
Louise Tamres, 'Introducing Software Testing' Pearson Education, 2002
Cem Kaner, James Bach and Bret Pettichord, 'Lessons Learned in Software Testing' Wiley, 2002
Martin Pol, Ruud Teunissen and Erik Van Veenendaal, 'Software Testing: a guide to the TMap Approch' Addison Wesley, 2002
Rick D. Craig and Stefan P. Jaskiel, 'Systematic Software Testing' Artech House, 2002
Ron Patton, 'Software Testing' Sams Publishing, 2001
John Watkins, Testing IT: an off-the-shelf testing process' Cambridge University Press, 2001
William E. Perry, 'Effective Methods for Software Testing' Wiley, 2…