Now You Can Add Standard and Custom Delays to Your Mock API Servers

The purpose of API mocking is to simulate real-world scenarios during API development. You might mock an API as part of an…

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API 101: SOAP vs. REST

There’s a lot of talk within the application programming interface (API) industry about SOAP vs. REST that makes for a lively debate. Back…

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Encryption, SSL/TLS, and Managing Your Certificates in Postman

Just like when it comes to making API requests and working with responses, Postman aims to give you greater control when it…

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Intro to APIs: What Is an API?

What exactly is an API? If you want to learn about APIs, you’ve come to the right place! API stands for application…

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Latest News on the Postman COVID-19 API Resource Center

When the world started shutting down this spring due to COVID-19, the Postman team got to work understanding how we could help…

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Introducing the 2020 U.S. Election API Resource Center

Earlier this year, the Postman team learned a lot when we built the COVID-19 API Resource Center. In response to the global…

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GraphQL: What Is a GraphQL API & How Does It Work?

GraphQL is an architectural style for delivering data- and content-focused application programming interfaces (APIs) using HTTP. Borrowing a little from both SOAP…

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API 101: What Is a SOAP API?

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a message specification for exchanging information between systems and applications. When it comes to application programming…

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Postman API Builder Now Validates OpenAPI Definitions in Real Time

Since joining the OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) this summer, Postman has made a wave of incremental improvements to make our platform experience more…

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Autocomplete Now Available in Postman Script Editor

We are continuing to roll out features that help augment and automate what developers are doing when working with APIs in Postman,…

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API 101: What Is a REST API?

REpresentational State Transfer (REST) is a software architectural style that developers apply to web application programming interfaces (APIs). (Learn more fundamentals in…

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New Postman Console Pane Makes It Easier to Debug and Troubleshoot

During the last four years, the Postman Console has been where developers immediately go when an API is behaving unexpectedly. There, they…

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