dredd-transactions - Compiles a list of HTTP transactions (request-response pairs) from API description document

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Dredd Transactions library compiles HTTP Transactions (simple Request-Response pairs) from API description document. Note: To better understand emphasized terms in this documentation, please refer to the Glossary of Terms. All data structures are described using the MSON format.

https://github.com/apiaryio/dredd-transactions

Dependencies:

clone : 2.1.1
fury : 3.0.0-beta.6
fury-adapter-apib-parser : 0.10.0
fury-adapter-swagger : 0.18.3
uri-template : 1.0.1

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