The New Postman API Platform: Announcing 6 Key Platform Improvements

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APIs are the building blocks of all modern software. Since the beginning of Postman, we have been obsessed with helping our users solve problems around their APIs. Postman started by making it easy for developers to make simple API calls and verify responses—as well as helping developers test and debug APIs. Since then, we’ve massively…

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Version Control in Postman

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Postman Pro is now used by 1000s of companies around the world to collaboratively build and manage APIs. One of the most requested features from our customers is managing changes to API documentation with version control. Our goal for a good version control system includes the following: Back up and restore – Data is backed…

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“Daily Mix” with Postman Monitors and Spotify

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This continues from my previous post, Music Discovery with Spotify and Postman and concludes the series Conditional Workflows in Postman. We last learnt how to make a collection that generates a playlist with music from your favorite artists using the Spotify API. We then ran the collection in the Postman App and Newman. Today, we’re…

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Generate Spotify Playlists using a Postman Collection

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This continues from my previous post in the series Conditional Workflows in Postman. We will continue to focus on Postman Collections and elaborate on Postman Runtime. Today, we are going to create our own on-demand playlist using the Spotify API and Postman Collections. I love Spotify. Over the years it has helped me discover great…

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Spotify | Music Discovery with Postman

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We all love music. Love hearing it, making it, discovering it. Services like Pandora and Spotify have altered the way we satiate our need for discovering the next amazing song or artist. A few years ago, Spotify introduced me to Neutral Milk Hotel. Their album, In the Aeroplane over the Sea was surreal, raw and…

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Conditional Workflows in Postman

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This is the first in a 3 part series on non-linear workflows using Postman. There are some products available in the market to create and execute API workflows. However, most of them are limited by their linear, non-reactive execution. We knew we could create something much more effective and decided to add workflow support to…

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