Products and sites to practice testing on

(Hilary) #21

I created a simple app for workshops, but it can be used for practice as well!
It is a web UI with a REST API, and you can test both (together or separately) with automation or manually, however you want.
Check out this blog post to learn more about it:

(Mark Winteringham) #22

I’ve created something that might be of interest that aims on supporting not just those looking to practise automation, but testing in general.

This site is a fully fledged web application using modern technologies. It has a series of Web APIs and a single page application, along with logging and documentation to practise different testing techniques against.

Not only that, we are actively adding in new features and challenges so are open to suggestions of features testers would like to play with.

(Lucas) #23

Two very nice API resources to test around:

(Lucas) #24

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(David) #25

On a podcast I listen to they keep mentioning Twilio, and I’ve been wanting to try it. You can use it to make phone calls, send SMS messages, etc.

Get an API key (free):

Some quick start guides:

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30 Days of API Testing Day 5: Publicly Available APIs to Practice API Testing
(Heather) #26

Another to add to the list

Frequently updating the full list here

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(Rosie) #27

I came across GlitchPlay today -

(Shey) #28

I’m not sure I want to click this link @rosie. I may not be seen again by friends and family. :slight_smile:

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(Annemarie) #29 is also a nice one to practice automation

(Annemarie) #30

I got lost there… Not all challenges for the first challenge work.

(Mats Ljunggren) #31

We’ve created a test playground for our test tool Boozang, but it might be useful regardless of what tool you are using:

(Murat Gurses) #32 I use this website for automation. A simple website built for automation purposes, including selenium etc.

(Faith Roberts) #33

This looks great. Thanks for sharing!