Coding and testing an authentication API [NodeJs + Cypress]
- A Windows or Mac computer
- IntelliJ installed
- Postman installed
Have you ever wondered how a login API actually works? Have you ever wanted to learn how to test the login API?
We created this free tutorial to fill this knowledge gap.
I'll walk you through how to:
How to create the API endpoints
How to install and use Cypress
How to create a Mongo database for your API
How to encrypt passwords
How to create negative and positive tests for API flows in Cypress
How to make the tests robust and remove code duplication
This is a tutorial for test automation professionals who already have an understanding of:
How APIs work
You want to keep improving in your domain
Prerequisites for the course:
A Windows or Mac computer
So what are you waiting for? Let's jump into the tutorial.
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Who this course is for:
- A test automation professional who wants to deepen your knowledge with API testing
- Understand how APIs work
- Want to keep improving in your domain
- 00:11Facebook Group- Get Access to our Test Automation Masters secret group!
- 03:09Start a Server
- 00:35Free course for life, I hope!
- 04:23Register endpoint
- 09:03Testing endpoint with Postman and Cypress
- 02:47Updating Cypress to be robust
- 03:58Creating Mongo DB
- 03:13Hiding username and password in env file
- 11:16Registering out first user
- 07:31Add positive and negative test case
- 03:42Making a more robust test
- 04:12Removing duplication
- 08:54Add body validation logic
- 12:56Add creation validation test
- 06:42Extract validation
- 10:17Logic to avoid duplicate user creation
- 05:26Encrypt a password
- 05:45Add login endpoint
- 05:02Testing the login endpoint
- 06:33Add JWT
Nikolay Advolodkin is a prolific Automation Test & Quality Assurance Engineer. Currently, he is the CEO and Software Testing Instructor at Ultimate QA. He has been voted as one of 33 Test Automation Leaders to follow in 2017 by TechBeacon. He is also the #1 Selenium Webdriver instructor in the world as rated by Udemy.
He is a frequent Contributor for the blog, SimpleProgrammer and a speaker at Automation Guild 2017.When he isn’t immersed in the realm of coding and all-things QA, Nikolay Advolodkin enjoys self-improvement and aims to hone his vast skill set daily, all while teaching online students how to master automated software testing.