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How Buggy Are Today's APIs? [Infographic]

Over 80% have stopped using an API because it was "Too Buggy"

With the advent of the API economy, the integrity of the APIs you produce and consume is now more important than ever. As applications grow increasingly interdependent, the security, functionality, and performance of the composite "mashup" is only as strong as its weakest link. The success of an end-to-end transaction depends upon all the parts working flawlessly-all the time.

To better understand the scope and impact of API issues, Parasoft, leading provider of API Testing solutions, recently conducted study on API Integrity. The following infographic highlights some interesting findings...

API Integrity Infographic

API Testing 1-Minute Overview
Here's a quick overview of the challenges associated with API testing and how Parasoft's API Testing solution helps you address them.

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Cynthia Dunlop, Lead Content Strategist/Writer at Tricentis, writes about software testing and the SDLC—specializing in continuous testing, functional/API testing, DevOps, Agile, and service virtualization. She has written articles for publications including SD Times, Stickyminds, InfoQ, ComputerWorld, IEEE Computer, and Dr. Dobb's Journal. She also co-authored and ghostwritten several books on software development and testing for Wiley and Wiley-IEEE Press. Dunlop holds a BA from UCLA and an MA from Washington State University.

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