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 API-first development process, or to support API testing and other stages of the API lifecycle. While you’re usually trying to mock an ideal API behavior, sometimes you want to mock real-world behavior that…

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Power Mocks, Monitors, and CI/CD with Postman – Webinar Recap Part 3

        

We recently completed an online workshop series. In part 1, we went over how you can import a schema, save example responses, create descriptions, share your collection with others, create workspaces, comment on collections, and quickly create documentation. In part 2, we walked through using version control and forking and merging. If you’ve been following…

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Create collections, documentation, and more with Postman’s NEW button

        

Convenience in a button! That’s what Postman’s New button gives you. Now API development and testing in Postman is easier and faster. In one click, you can seamlessly create Postman’s most powerful and useful features—requests, collections, environments, monitors, documentation, and mock servers. Let’s take a tour of the New button and learn how to create…

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Team collaboration with Postman mock servers

        

With the recent release of Postman 5.0 in July, Postman opened up professional-level features to everyone for free, in small-project quantities.  People are using Postman to publish API documentation on a custom domain, monitor the health of their APIs in production, and simulating a back end with a mock server. When Postman first introduced mock…

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Simulate a back end with Postman’s mock service

        

Throughout the development process, delays on the front end or back end can hold up dependent teams from completing their work efficiently.  Some API engineers already use Postman to work on endpoints without relying on a front-end UI to simulate API requests. Now, Postman has developed a new mock service to enable teams to simulate a backend server….

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