Tag Archives: WebService

API Testing Guidebook

API Testing Guidebook

What is API ? API stands for Application programming Interface, it is a mediator which is present between the presentation layer and the Database layer. API enables the communication and the data transfer between the two channels. API is a business logic, which is written by the developer in any programming language to perform the Continue Reading »

Exploring the Power of NestJS

Exploring the Power of NestJS

In the ever-evolving landscape of web application development, choosing the right framework for your backend can make all the difference. One such framework that has been gaining significant attention and popularity is NestJS. With its unique blend of modern JavaScript and TypeScript features, as well as its modular architecture inspired by Angular, NestJS has quickly Continue Reading »

Hibernate Mapping

Hibernate mappings are one of the key features of¬†¬†Hibernate. They establish the relationship between two database tables as attributes in your model. That allows you to easily navigate the associations in your model and Criteria queries. You can establish either unidirectional or bidirectional i.e you can either model them as an attribute on only one Continue Reading »

Postman – Proxy and Mock Server

Introduction: Postman is Google Chrome app to send HTTP request and get response. It provides a user friendly UI for creating request and reading response. Features of postman: It is simple and powerful tool with friendly interface. Saved the history of all API Request. Unlimited collections, environments, tests and shares. Automated testing with collection runner Continue Reading »

InnovationM Secure Webservice Integration Mobile Apps

Secure Web Service integration in Mobile Apps

Web services have gained lot of importance lately. From mobile apps perspective, native apps (Andorid, iOS, Windows Phone, etc.) or HTML5/JS Frameworks like Sencha Touch need to talk to the web services to get the data and push the data. How do we ensure that request sent to web services is from authenticated client? For Continue Reading »