The UFT API Testing Manifesto – A Step-by-Step, Hands-on Testing Guide for the Masses
I just wanted to write a quick post to let you know that my first e-book The UFT API Testing Manifesto – A Step-by-Step, Hands-on Testing Guide for the Masses has finally been released!
It’s been more than a month since I’ve posted weekly updates on my blog like I normally do. Hopefully, you have all been well.
UFT API Manifesto Book Description
I’ve been using HP Service Test since its initial 1.0 release. There was little documentation and next to zero information on the web to help me get started. I decided to change that by regularly sharing information, including tips and tricks for service test and other automation tools, on my blog, https://www.joecolantonio.com.
With the release of UFT API testing, I felt most people who were new to the product would be looking for a resource to help get them up to speed quickly. Also, I believe that with the industry-wide adoption of Agile’s development process, the need for test automation engineers to understand and be able to create API level test has become critical.
This book is what I wished I had when I first began using UFT API testing. I’m adopting a “hands-on” approach, and have tried to include practical examples and pithy explanations for all the concepts presented. This is not meant to be an exhaustive look at every aspect of UFT API but rather to serve as a quick-start workbook. Hopefully, this book will save you some time (and headaches) by painlessly getting you up to speed on UFT API testing.
Grab a free copy of my book now
I just wanted to let you know that I’ve been busy putting the finishing touches on my first-ever book, The UFT API Testing Manifesto – A step-by-step, hands-on testing guide for the masses
I’m running a three day promotion on Amazon where you can get a copy for free now until midnight (PST) on Wednesday Aug 7th.
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