Blog Posts by Nikita

What to expect from the upcoming Postman API Meetup

Postman is a distributed organization with team members based all over the world. In order to remain connected, both to our colleagues and our community, groups of employees regularly visit the San Francisco and Bangalore…

Postman 7.1: Manage Your APIs in Postman

In case you missed it, we recently launched Postman 7.1! The new release allows you to create APIs directly within Postman and supports API development from start to finish. It provides extended schema support for…

Backup your collections on a custom domain in your Git repositories!

Millions of developers manage version control and code backup on 3rd party cloud platforms like GitHub and GitLab – staples of every software development project. So, we made it easy for you to sync Postman…

Run in Postman is now available for Linux

Good news everyone! Till now, our very popular Run in Postman functionality worked only within the Windows and MacOS native Postman apps. Starting with Postman 6.3.0 – available now –  Run in Postman support is…

New Postman Feature: Comments on Collections

Like many other companies out there (hopefully, someday, ALL companies), we at Postman are obsessed with feedback. We believe that constant collaboration and communication plays a significant role in building smooth and scalable development cycles.…

Spotlight on Engineering: Ankit Muchhala

Muchhala, you’re a Software Developer at Postman. What would you say you do here? I primarily work on building UIs for our web products. This includes the Postman dashboard, documentation and monitoring. I also work…

Postman’s API Monitoring is now available in ‘Fun Size’ Blocks

We have restructured our monitoring blocks and updated the pricing scheme to make it more effective for our customers. Just to jog your memory, Postman API Monitoring lets you run a collection periodically to check…