COVID-19 Vaccines in India: How to Build an API-based Vaccine Locator

        

The Co-Win portal is a critical website for India at this time, allowing Indians to register and schedule vaccinations against COVID-19 (please note that the portal may lead to a 403 Forbidden error if you’re not in India), and it has published the Co-Win APIs. Since the population of India is so large and the…

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2019 in Review: A Great Year for Postman Product Improvements

        

It’s the new year, and all of us here at Postman are looking forward to another year of making the Postman product better and better for our entire, ever-growing Postman community in 2020. We’re also looking back at 2019 and taking stock of all the new features and capabilities we brought to Postman last year….

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Continuous API Testing with Postman

        

How to test APIs, monitor uptime, and make sure your APIs and microservices run as expected Most of the content in this article, originally written by Kaustav Das Modak, first appeared on the Better Practices blog. API Testing: A core part of Postman API testing is a core part of what we do every day…

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Postman – a beacon of hope in a world of API darkness

        

When you’re lying in bed and ready to sleep, do you wish someone would turn out the lights? Maybe you’re fancy, and say “Ok, Google” or clap your hands. For the rest of us, something that we all have by our bedside is Postman. Let’s see how you can turn off your lights with Postman….

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Setting up Germaphobia Alerts Using Postman

        

Download & Run the collection from this article: I love Chipotle, I mean REALLY love Chipotle, to the point where in 2014 I was eating it 4 times a week. Back then I was excited every time I heard about a recall or outbreak caused by the chain, because they always give out free burritos…

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First 5 Things to Try if You’re New to Postman

        

New to Postman? Welcome! Even though there’s a ton of developers already using Postman everyday, the number of new users just now discovering Postman is mind-boggling ?. If you’re reading this, I’ll assume you’ve already downloaded the Postman app and created a Postman account. Maybe you’ve sent a request, and inspected the response. Maybe you’ve…

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Postman’s New Collection Runner

        

We built the Runner initially for automated testing of your APIs, so that you could, quite literally, sit back and watch your API test itself. Over time though, people have started using the Runner extensively, using it for load & stability testing, among other things. This prompted us to rethink the Runner from scratch. Welcome…

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Using CSV and JSON Data Files in the Postman Collection Runner

        

Update: If you want to dip deeper into the Postman Collection Runner, check out this newer post about Postman’s Collection Runner. Postman’s Collection Runner is a powerful tool. As its name implies, the Collection Runner (CR) lets you run all requests inside a Postman collection one or more times. It also executes tests and generates…

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Using Variables inside Postman and Collection Runner

        

Update: If you want to learn more about variables and Postman, read our  10 Tips for Working with Postman Variables. Variables are among the most powerful features in Postman. Using variables in your Postman requests eliminates the need to duplicate requests, which can save a lot of time! A very common scenario while testing APIs…

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