Welcome to the 6th edition of What’s New in Testfully newsletter! In November, we finally released our new website, added support for adjustable request timeout, being able to import a cURL command, and a few other improvements which we’re excited to share with you so let’s get started.
Adjustable Request Timeout
Up until now, Testfully used a default timeout of 30 seconds for all requests. We’ve added support for adjusting the request timeout for each request. This means that you can now set the request timeout to a value that makes sense for your API. Furthermore, you can share timeout settings by applying them to all requests in a folder or when they’re sent against an environment. To learn more about this feature, please check the docs for Request Timeout.
Import a cURL command
When it comes to sharing API requests, cURL is one of the most popular formats. We’ve added support for importing a cURL command to Testfully. This means that you can now import a cURL command to Testfully and it will be converted to a Testfully request. To learn more about this feature, please check the docs for Importing a cURL command.
A new website
Believe me when I say that we’ve been working on this for a while. We’re excited to share that we’ve finally released our new website. With this release, we’re now able to offer a better experience for our users. We have big plans for our website and we’ll be adding more content in the coming months. If you have any feedback, please do share it with us.
That’s all for November 2023. We hope these new features help you be more productive at work. Have fun and see you next month!