Update: We have a brand new blog post about our latest version of Newman.

Today, we are officially releasing a beta version of Newman  a command line companion tool for Postman. Newman lets you run Postman collections through your terminal. It can be installed easily through the Node.js package manager, npm, in a few seconds of all major operating systems. Being a command line tool, a screenshot would not do justice to how cool this is, but just in case you are wondering:

With Newman, you can integrate Postman collections with your build system. Or you can run automated tests for your API through a cron job. You can also use Newman as a grunt plugin to run your API tests any time you save your code in your editor. There are tons of other ways to use Newman and we can’t wait for you to try it out!

The setup involved is absolutely minimal. You can check out the Newman repository on Github: https://github.com/postmanlabs/newman for more details. The code is licensed under the Apache license. Your contributions are welcome!

This has been one of the top feature requests since the release of Jetpacks and we are very excited to show this to you.

Learn more about command line integration with Newman.