Introduction

This tutorial will show you how to write web service tests with the Karate framework. We will start with a short introduction about the basic features, then we will explore the domain-specific language (DSL), and learn how to apply it to verify a web service’s response and the returned JSON structures.

As integration with existing frameworks is important, we will demonstrate how to integrate well-known tools like JUnit and Maven to execute our tests and generate reports that may be used for integration-servers/services.

This tutorial will also cover other interesting aspects of this framework like configuration files, data tables, switching HTTP client implementations or more complex use cases like testing multipart file uploads.

Finally, we will show you how easy it is to set up a Continuous Integration (CI) on Semaphore for Karate tests in a few seconds.

Prerequisites

We assume that you possess general knowledge of the HTTP protocol, the JSON



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