Have you ever wondered how a login API actually works? Have you ever wanted to learn how to test the login API?
We created this free tutorial to fill this knowledge gap.
I'll walk you through how to:
How to create the API endpoints
How to install and use Cypress
How to create a Mongo database for your API
How to encrypt passwords
How to create negative and positive tests for API flows in Cypress
How to make the tests robust and remove code duplication
This is a tutorial for test automation professionals who already have an understanding of:
Prerequisites for the course:
A Windows or Mac computer
So what are you waiting for? Let's jump into the tutorial.
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“The C# section is taught by someone else, which surprised me, but I think they did a great job at instructing at a beginner level. The Selenium materials are quite comprehensive and the instructor is easy to follow and understand.
“Well I can't explain in words how much am excited after completing this course. The more I was close to completion the more am getting excited. You are a great instructor Nikolay. You don't just taught Selenium but other aspects of being a beautiful coder. Now am pretty confident and can say "Yes" to my clients when they need me to automate the application. Thank you Sir for all the hard work and effort you put in the course. Surely would like to see you in another engaging course!” - Randhawa Verma
“Wonderful content and things explained in a nutshell. Overwhelmed by Author's dedication to put things in such a way that any novice or manual tester can follow and understand and definitely be on-boarded as a Selenium Automation Engineer next day at work. Thanks a million times for creating these courses! One Stop for Automation." - Rupashree Geethaaviji Ananthakrishna
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