What is RapidAPI Testing?

Wed Nov 03 2021

2 min read

API development and testing go side by side. If you are developing an API that is not reliable, there is a high chance that no one is going to use it. With RapidAPI, you can fix this issue. Let’s

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RapidAPI Testing

RapidAPI Testing is a functional API testing and monitoring solution that provides you an intuitive UX and support for any type of API: REST, SOAP, GraphQL, etc. It was created with three goals in mind: comprehensive testing, seamless integration, and ease of use.

RapidAPI Testing enables users and enterprises to:

  • Ensure API functionality
  • Centralized monitoring
  • Improve efficiency

You can quickly and easily create intricate functional tests for deep validation of APIs. You can also integrate the CI/CD pipeline and collaborate across teams.

Comprehensive Testing

With RapidAPI Testing, you can create different API tests using an easy-to-use interface for visual, automated, or code-based test generation. It provides you with automatic test creating, end-to-end flow for mimicking actual and application behavior. You also get a code-based and drag-based editor right inside the RapidAPI Testing.

Seamless Integration

RapidAPI Testing provides you with built-in collaboration and a dedicated webhook for integration across CI/CD pipeline. With built-in collaboration, you can share tests with your team members, share API access, have real-time collaboration for running tests and inspecting results, and much more.

Global Monitoring

You can monitor the performance of your API on a global scale using RapidAPI Testing. It provides you the ability to centrally and securely monitor and manage all API tests to ensure the performance of applications, APIs, and microservices.


RapidAPI provides you with five plans for RapidAPI Testing: Basic, Starter, Pro, Ultra, Enterprise. The Basic plan is free, but it is limited. You can only write two API tests per API. The Enterprise plan gives you unlimited tests per API, an unlimited number of API calls, and more.