We’ve been working hard on making it very easy not just to test APIs, but also to share your tests and tokens too. We’ve now implemented the first set of features for community use.
The first set of features are focused on enabling you to share tests publicly. In any test case you set up, you can set to share it publicly, and use the URL for the test case to share it with anybody. Shared test cases can be reviewed by anybody, as can the set up for the keys involved. You can also look at the headers used for the test call and also the basic results. You’ll still have to sign in to see the full details.
Here’s an example of a Facebook User Profile fetch, clicking on this URL will take you to details of the test. Here
We’ve also added in hooks to Facebook, and we’ll be adding other services soon so you’ll be able to share test and API configuration details easily with multiple social networks.
Coming soon we’ll be setting things up to promote tests to our public view, and we’ll be providing our enterprise account holders with their own private community settings.
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