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You favorite API testing tool is changing – but nothing to worry about. If you read my previous post here Changes in DHC Chrome Store packaging then you are aware of the reasons why we have to do that. Moreover, just a month ago Chrome Store team has also announced Chrome Apps removal. That means […]

- September 13, 2016
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Great news everyone! DHC 1.3 is finally out and brings a brand new way to create and manage complex, interconnected, API test scenarios; better supporting QA needs. Version 1.3. brings you a solution in the form of two new work modes: Requests-centric view and Scenarios-centric view. If you’re already a DHC user, you are probably […]

- August 18, 2016
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It has been some time since we released the very first public available version 0.3. The version already included all the main components: history, repository, and contexts. That was on September 15th 2011. The DHC team will soon be celebrating its five year anniversary. DHC 0.3.9.9 introduced HATEOAS support in form of hyperlinks Our ultimate […]

- August 09, 2016
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We introduced a new feature to help you quickly explore and learn useful tips and hints on how to become more productive with Restlet Client. It is not easy to find a non intrusive way how to incorporate this into Client. You know, our ultimate goal is to make you more productive, and to make […]

- August 04, 2016
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This version is mainly a bug fixing release. We have brought a lot of new stuff recently and we strive to deliver you the best quality. You will find a list of what has been fixed below. I would also like to mention that this version is bringing an improved experience for teams as well. […]

- August 01, 2016
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The new DHC version 1.2.10 supports HTTP Archive (HAR).  You can import HAR directly to DHC and start testing your API endpoints in a second, now! This article shows you how it works, and how easily you can do that. HAR is a common format for recording HTTP tracking information. HAR format is flexible enough […]

- June 21, 2016
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