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REST with Spring (video course) - Question

 
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Hi Eugen,

Are you using any other tool for testing except for rest-assured?
Are there details about HTTP Client Config for rest-assured in section 5. Testing the API?

Thanks,
Thomas

 
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I usually use rest-assured for new APIs, but I have used both an HttpClient backed and a RestTemplate backed solution. All work reasonably well but rest-assured is still the nicer API.
I do go into some config detail for rest-assured, yes.
Hope that answers your question. Cheers,
Eugen.
 
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