I would like to test how an REST API handles a POST request that has a body with invalid JSON syntax, for example a missing comma. I'm using node.js to write the API tests. I'm using frisby but I also tried supertest. No luck. With the previo...
Everytime I submit a zone, It display this error 'Uncaught Error: A cross-origin error was thrown. React doesn't have access to the actual error object in development' It only occurs when I press on the submit zone button which I guess is...
I have an image upload endpoint in my API that accepts application/octet-stream requests and handles these streams. I'd like to write test coverage for this endpoint but cannot figure out how to use supertest to stream an image.  Here's my co...
In node.js, I have trouble making superagent and nock work together. If I use request instead of superagent, it works perfectly.  Here is a simple example where superagent fails to report the mocked data:  var agent = require('superagent'); v...
I'm missing something in my syntax here but not sure what:  I'm trying to nock this.  But I get expected undefined to equal 'pXVCJ9.eyJpYXQ'  Test.js  describe('User API', () => {     let email, password, requestBody      b...
Uploading a file in an integration test as follows:   chai.request(server.instance)             .post('/profile/photo/0')             .set('Access-Token', accessToken)             .set('API-Key', testConfig.apiKey)...
I like to use SuperTest to work with my auth system like this:      const request = require('./valid_access_token')(require('supertest'));      request(app)     .get('/v1/bots')     .valid_token()     .expect('Content-Type...
I was wondering what's the difference between a simple POST request with superagent and a POST request with Postman. Because Im trying to scrap a website, so I made a post request with Postman and everythings work fine, I got the result expected....
I have the following code:  var request = require('superagent'); var nock = require('nock') var scope = nock('http://localhost:80', {     reqheaders: {         'Content-Type': 'text/html'     } }); scope.post(&...

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