Testing a system well is harder than building it. In the face of new risks introduced by the ever-increasing complexity of software and hardware, test tools may be your only practical way to be confident that you've got just what you paid for. From gathering the initial requirements to supporting the system after it has been deployed, test tools are available to support all phases of a project. This article looks at the ways that test tools can be used to design, code, and (of course) test a system.
api individual unit testing
an application programming interface (API) is always handy. Some tools will suit your environment perfectly—while others were never designed to work on your kit. Some may suit your budget, your existing skill set, or your requirements for a mature, flexible, cutting-edge tool. Of course, these are generalizations, rather than hard-and-fast categories. Any one tool may incorporate functionality from a range of tool types, and it is not uncommon to see a single flexible tool used for a variety of tasks