Monitor APIs with Postman and New Relic

        

For DevOps specialists, having a consolidated view of IT infrastructure is crucial. At the time of an incident, these specialists must be able to correlate metrics from various sources to get to the root of the problem. With Postman’s just-released New Relic integration, you can now configure Postman monitors to send metrics to New Relic…

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Postman’s Proxy Now Fully Supports HTTPS Endpoints

        

Developers spend a lot of time debugging and manually testing APIs. Unsurprisingly, according to the 2020 State of the API Report by Postman, developers also feel like they should spend less time debugging (ideal state: 10.75%) than they actually do (existing state: 17%) while working with APIs. We’ve heard this loud and clear from Postman…

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The Official List of 2021 API Month Highlights

        

Since APIs are already critical to every industry, it was about time they got their own spot on the calendar. An entire month in honor of all things API?  Yes. This year, we made it official: April is API Month. Because, well, you can’t spell “April” without “API.” Now that API Month has come to…

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Introducing Postman Groups: Manage Users with Easier Access Control

        

In Postman, access control on resources is built on the principle of role-based access control (RBAC). This means that users are assigned roles on resources, and roles map to particular permissions that allow the users to perform certain actions on these resources (team, workspace, collection, etc.). Roles can be assigned to each team member at…

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Introducing Postman’s New Parameters for OAuth 2.0

        

Authentication is a fundamental part of APIs, and over the years OAuth 2.0 has gained tremendous adoption amongst the masses as the leading authorization standard. One of the reasons why OAuth 2.0 is thriving is the fact that the OAuth 2.0 standard keeps evolving and getting fine-tuned as years progress. While the core logic of…

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Introducing “In the Spotlight” on the Public API Network

        

Last year, we launched Postman public workspaces, a place for API producers and API consumers to come together and collaborate. At the same time, we also launched the all-new version of the Public API Network that allows you to explore an extraordinary range of public workspaces on the Postman API Platform. To make it even…

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Filtering and Sorting APIs Using the Postman API

        

Filtering and sorting APIs using the Postman API gives you the ability to decide which APIs you want to retrieve and how to organize them. You can easily apply a combination of filters using HTTP query parameters on the Postman API “Get all APIs” request. For instance, you can retrieve all the public APIs that…

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Introducing the All-New Run in Postman Button

        

Five years ago, Postman launched the Run in Postman button, which allowed publishers to embed collections in their own web pages and blogs, and enabled consumers to import a collection to get started with APIs in one click. Since then, the Run in Postman button has helped millions of consumers use public APIs faster and…

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New Custom Alerts to Monitor Your Public Footprint on Postman

        

At Postman, over the past year, we’ve introduced several new features to ease the collaboration between multiple stakeholders during the API development lifecycle. The launch of Postman public workspaces gave users access to a massively multiplayer API experience across the entire Postman ecosystem. It was the most significant release to date, demonstrating our commitment to…

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Announcing Unlimited Collaboration for Small Teams in Postman

        

When I built the first iteration of Postman in 2012, it was designed to help individual developers interact with APIs. But it soon became clear that that wasn’t enough: APIs are inherently collaborative, and the original Postman product did not explicitly facilitate that collaboration. So over the ensuing years, we’ve been working tirelessly to address…

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