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Basic Postman API testing with live demonstration
Abstract: Lessons learned in using the basic Postman API (, a Java Script internet based testing tool, for live application automated ReST API message validation with manual Web Site checking. Also how to setup Newman ( command line execution with JUnit output for CI/CD integration Lessons include: · Postman request, response hierarchy (Collection, Folders, Sub-Folder, Test API) · Before request setup and after response validation script · Setup and use helper functions · Postman variables (environmental, collection, global, local) · Script and variable updates based on changing application · Built-in Java Script node packages: · chai for BDD expect and should validation · cheerio for HTML paring and validation · lodash for numbers strings arrays and objects utilities · tv4 for JSON schema validation · Newman command line for different CI/CD scripts (sanity, sample, regression) · Postman limitations, strengths and recommendations Bio: Arnold Miller has 10 plus years as a Senior/Lead Software QA-Tester with a passion for overall SDLC process and procedure improvements to create better products, services and applications. · Hands on Team Lead with technical supervisor duties, · Used Lean, Six Sigma and Root Cause Analysis to determine and implement cost effective solutions for overall Software application improvements not just validation. · Automated API (ReST JSON, WSDL XML, Telcom Hex-Code, Micro-service, SOA N-tier), application validation. · Automated/Manual Tablet, Web, and Database application validation. · Experience with Agile Scrum, Kanban, Scale and Spiral SDLC models · Interaction with Customer Technical Support to create real-world test scenarios and customer profiles. --- Arnold Miller ([masked])

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