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Sauce Labs announced the release of contract testing with mocking on the Sauce Labs API Testing Platform.
Contract testing validates high numbers of APIs without requiring the time, effort, and cost of executing and maintaining suites of functional and integration tests.
Using contract testing within the Sauce Labs API Testing Platform gives developers and testers the ability to manage release risk at any scale or speed. Sauce Labs unifies all major types of API testing – from contract testing to functional, integration, load and performance testing as well as API monitoring - on a single platform with visibility across the SDLC. Managers can make data-driven decisions based on detailed error reporting and historic quality trends across projects, teams, builds, and pipelines.
“Development and testing teams must execute quality engineering processes that will assist in reducing risk earlier in the SDLC,” says Abel Mathew, CTO at Sauce Labs. “By offering contract testing on a unified API testing and insights platform, managers can drive continuous improvement with more effective handoffs, reusability, and composability to deploy any kind of API test at any point in the SDLC to ensure quality-at-speed.”
Sauce Labs API Testing Platform was built from the ground up to eliminate testing bottlenecks and the complexity of validating countless APIs powering microservices and most cloud-native, web and mobile apps. By unifying API mocking, testing and insights on a single platform, Sauce Labs empowers developers to configure any mix of API, UI and mobile test automation for quality at speed. With better developer experience, Sauce Labs customers benefit from improved release confidence, whether just starting their API-first journey or already massively scaling APIs.