Google vs. Oracle: The Importance of the Supreme Court API Copyright Decision

        

On April 5, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United States of America issued its decision in the Google vs. Oracle API copyright case with two crucial outcomes: The Supreme Court adhered to the lower court decision and operated under the assumption that APIs are copyrightable. Google’s copying of 11,500 lines of code from Java was…

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Postman at Google Summer of Code 2021: Call for Student Proposals

        

Over the last seven years, Postman has grown to become one of the leading software companies in the world, amassing an inspiring global community of more than 14 million developers. As a platform that powers collaboration, we’re dedicated to supporting the exchange of ideas across the API landscape. Being a firm believer in the open…

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How (and Why) We Created an SDK Generator for Postman Collections

        

Postman took part in the 2020 edition of Google Summer of Code (GSoC), which aims to bring students to open source software development. One project we included as part of our involvement was postman-code-generators, which is used to generate code snippets for individual API requests in a Postman Collection. We had already been toying around…

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Postman at Google Summer of Code 2020

        

From the very beginning of Postman, we open-sourced our core modules—Postman Runtime, Collection SDK, and Newman, to name a few—to allow developers the flexibility to work with APIs in any environment or workflow. This year, we’re excited to be a mentor organization at Google Summer of Code 2020, a top-notch program promoting open source among…

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