The OpenAPI Initiative, the consortium of forward-looking industry experts focused on evolving and implementing the OpenAPI Specification (OAS), is announcing that Karate Labs has joined as a new member.
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Karate Labs is an open-source solution unifying API & UI test automation including mock-servers and performance testing. Karate’s core of API testing includes sophisticated payload data and schema validation, and a unique capability to re-use API tests as performance tests.
Karate Labs API data importer enables teams to import all leading sources of API data and to preview, edit and export the API sequence using an intuitive no-code user experience.
“With more teams adopting the OpenAPI Specification as a standard, we see the opportunity to align test automation efforts and further accelerate adoption. We are excited to join the OpenAPI Initiative to deliver even more value to our customers,” said Kapil Bakshi, co-founder, and CEO of Karate Labs. “With software products depending more than ever on APIs, the OpenAPI specification has injected more rigor and collaboration into how APIs are designed, implemented, and consumed. Karate Labs aims to simplify test automation for business stakeholders, product owners, and QA specialists.”
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Karate Labs Resources:
- Karate Labs Home Page
- Karate Labs Documentation
- Karate Labs Github
- Karate Labs Stack Overflow
- Karate Labs LinkedIn
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About the OpenAPI Initiative
The OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) was created by a consortium of forward-looking industry experts who recognize the immense value of standardizing on how APIs are described. As an open governance structure under the Linux Foundation, the OAI is focused on creating, evolving, and promoting a vendor-neutral description format. The OpenAPI Specification was originally based on the Swagger Specification, donated by SmartBear Software. To get involved with the OpenAPI Initiative, please visit https://www.openapis.org
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