Goopil Framework Blog

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About 'Goopil Framework Blog' Channel

Super simple API testing framework. Official blog.

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[...] As you know, we’ve planned an open source release. Actually, the current version (i.e. the “pre-alpha” version) is just a proof of concept. [...]

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[...] and this is our general progression : Summary (timing, number of fails …) : 100% Latency tests : 100% Critical tests : 100% Configurable settings : 100 % Data checking : 65 % User [...]

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[...] ) is just a proof of concept. It has been really useful for us during the Stanford Startup Engineering challenge because it was something like a Minimum Viable Product. This pre-alpha [...]

Some words about our upcoming open source release.

[...] Engineering challenge because it was something like a Minimum Viable Product. This pre-alpha version doesn’t have every functionality that we thought about in the beginning. We’ve fixed [...]

Some words about our upcoming open source release.

[...]  : 100% Critical tests : 100% Configurable settings : 100 % Data checking : 65 % User documentation :  35 % Headers configuration (useful for auth) : 0 % We are moving really fast, [...]

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