Rest APIs are commonly used to create web services in today's web context All web application providers now offer a REST API.
Hence, it is becoming eminent for the software testers to get aware of the rest API stack so that they can validate the restful web services exposed by the applications.
There are many ready-made approaches to testing restful web services. There is nothing that provides a better testing environment than the Chrome browser, however
Overall, Chrome is competitive. 68% of the internet population has it, and plenty of plugins are available in the chrome web store.
Due to this, we advise using the Chrome add-ons for testing.
Here is a list of three things you should now know about Chrome Rest clients
Use an automated rest service instead.
The intuitive interface will help you plan your multiple product tests.
Once it's done recording, you can re-replay it anytime.
You can return and forth between web services without worrying about losing their context
This extension works as part of the hosted application vrest (http://vrest.io - An Online tool for Automated Testing, Mocking, Automated Recording