Introducing Testfully CLI: Run test cases via terminal
Introducing Testfully CLI: Run test cases via terminal

Testfully CLI enables you to run test cases and collections via terminal and works well with major CI/CD tools. Testfully CLI also reports back the result of test runs. We have built Testfully CLI with flexibility in mind so you can run any combination of tests & collections using this tool.

Extract values from one step & embed them in other steps
Extract values from one step & embed them in other steps

Multi-step test cases, one of Testfully’s core features, got an upgrade. You can extract values from one step and embed them within other steps. Using this new feature, you can easily add complex multi-step tests to your collection of tests.

Import Postman requests, collections and environments to Testfully
Import Postman requests, collections and environments to Testfully

Using Postman importer, you can easily import your Postman requests, collections and environments to Testfully and start running them straight away.

Introducing Testfully's Google Chrome Extension
Introducing Testfully's Google Chrome Extension

Testfully’s extension fixes CORS issues while testing your APIs in browser without compromising your browsing security or your personal privacy.


Work on your tests faster & easier
Work on your tests faster & easier

Less is more so we decided to combine 3 different screens into one screen and give you a faster, better and easier way to manage folders and test cases that does not require context switching.

Different test validations for environments
Different test validations for environments

Sometimes having a set of validations shared between multiple environments is less than ideal. We have introduced a new feature that allows you to set validations per environment.

Run test cases in browser or in server
Run test cases in browser or in server

Starting today, you can run your test cases in browser as well as in our servers. This feature allows you to define and run integration tests while building your API with a faster feedback cycle.