SmartBear Release Ready! API 1.8
News|by Leanne Bevan|28 July 2016
Now developers that are using Visual Studio to build software leveraging the open source .NET Framework can ensure API quality directly from within their primary work space. With this latest SmartBear release, users can:
- Enable users to move to more comprehensive, multi-component, real-world API testing by importing simple tests built using Postman into SoapUI NG Pro
- Eliminate inter-organisational dependencies by putting API virtualisation in the hands of every developer and intuitively manage more granular routing rules across ever-larger numbers of Virts in ServiceV Pro
- Acknowledge that everyone is accountable for API security and make it easy for them to quickly find and diagnose security vulnerabilities at a deeper level using Secure Pro
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