API testing and documentation platfom for your engineering team

A must-have tool for your development team

To design, build, test and publish APIs with seamless team collaboration

Complete API development journey.

From ideation to publish an API document


Simulate the API even before you have an actual API built. Create dummy APIs with the basic idea of how it should work, collect feedback and iterate faster.

Still sharing your APIs in a doc file or sheet?

Hitman provides a shared environment for building and consuming APIs, with cloud storage and real-time version control. So everyone remains up to date with all that you have already built.

API Testing

Reveal bugs, inconsistencies or deviations from the expected behavior

Publish beautiful API docs for your users

People Love:
– Dynamic Code Snippets
– Custom Domain
– Theme builder

Automate your tests and rest assured that your APIs are up and running

Run automated tests Monthly, Weekly, Daily, hourly or every minute

Automate your tests with the your deployment.
Trigger the entire API collection everytime you deploy changes on production


What is Hitman?

Hitman is a platform for building, testing, and hosting APIs. It streamlines the complete API journey with seamless team collaboration.

How do I publish API documentation on my domain?

This is simple, all you need to do is point the “cname” record of your subdomain to the web address shared in your account, that’s it.

Can I add my invite members for collaboration?

Yes, you can invite and collaborate with your teammates throughout the organization and around the world to help build, test, or organize your APIs better and faster.

What is API Testing?

Software testing aiming to test APIs in order to determine whether the built APIs, meet expectations when it comes to the functionality, performance, reliability, and security of your application.

How do I Automate API testing?

Tests can be automated by creating triggers that can run again and again. Hitman can be used to schedule your triggers for every hour, day, weak, etc. You can also configure your triggers with your CI/CD so every time you deploy changes on production, the trigger is automatically executed and all the APIs are tested for the new changes.