Web API Verification without Coding.
Preacher: Web API Verification without Coding
Preacher verifies API servers, which requests to the servers and verify the responses along to given scenarios.
Test scenarios are written only in YAML declaratively, without coding. In spite of that, Preacher can validate your web API flexibly, which enables you to test using real (neither mocks nor sandboxes) backends.
- Responses are analyzed jq or XPath queries
- Validation rules are based on Hamcrest (implemented by PyHamcrest).
The full documentation is available at preacher.readthedocs.io.
- Flexible validation to test with real backends: neither mocks nor sandboxes.
- Matcher-based validation.
- CI Friendly to automate easily.
- A CLI application and YAML-based scenarios.
First, install Preacher.
The most basic way to install Preacher is using
pip. Supports only Python 3.7+.
$ pip install preacher $ preacher-cli --version
pip, Docker images are also available on
By default, the container working directory is
and the host directory may be mounted here.
$ docker pull ymock/preacher $ docker run -v $PWD:/work ymoch/preacher preacher-cli --version
Second, write your own scenario.
# scenario.yml label: An example of a scenario cases: - label: An example of a case request: /path/to/foo response: status_code: 200 body: - describe: .foo should: equal: bar
$ preacher-cli -u http://your.domain.com/base scenario.yml
For more information such as grammer of scenarios, see the full documentation.
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