Here’s What’s New in Postman for the Web

        

To start with, if it’s the first time you’re hearing about “Postman for the web,” yes, you can now use Postman in your favorite browser! Read more about this 2020 launch in our full announcement. Now that we’re all on the same page, you should know that a lot has already changed in Postman for…

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Easier Collaboration on OAuth 2.0 with Postman

        

Over the last few years, Postman has evolved to become an API development platform, with the ability to build a request and inspect the response being one of the core features we offer. Authentication is a fundamental part of an API, and since OAuth 2.0 has emerged as one of the most used auth methods,…

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How to Integrate Postman with Your Private Network

        

At Postman, our aim is to ease your API creation, testing, and maintenance workflows. And because some workflows extend outside of Postman, integrations play an important role in supporting communication with third-party systems hosted on a private network. With the latest release of Postman, we now support a static IP address for integrations. All the…

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Introducing Postman Public Workspaces: The First Massively Multiplayer API Experience

        

We’ve been constantly improving the Postman platform based on user feedback since day one. Originally, it was a simple API testing tool, but soon many users were requesting more and more collaboration capabilities, and so we built and released them as fast as we could. And the platform now has more than 13 million developers…

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Introducing Postman’s AWS API Gateway Integration

        

When Amazon Web Services (AWS) API Gateway hit the scene in 2015, API management had been evolving for about a decade and was becoming available across all major cloud platforms. Five years later, Postman has become a seamless part of managing your APIs using AWS API Gateway: You can export Postman Collections from any API…

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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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New Inline Comments Make Collaboration Easier in Postman

        

As APIs become more important to modern businesses—and as the number of people working with APIs on any company’s team increases—the need for easier collaboration during API development also increases. Not only is the idea of API-first development gaining momentum, there is a wider variety of roles and new developers working on APIs today (read…

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Building Developer Interfaces That Scale: Growing Panes

        

Over the last couple of years, Postman has grown from a simple REST client to a complete API platform with a solution for almost every workflow involving an API. As our product has scaled, we’ve had to balance providing robust functions with ensuring that our tools remain simple enough for people to learn and master….

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Postman API Builder Now Validates OpenAPI Definitions in Real Time

        

Since joining the OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) this summer, Postman has made a wave of incremental improvements to make our platform experience more seamless when it comes to using the OpenAPI Specification (OAS). For example, as of Postman v7.29, you can now validate your OpenAPI definitions in the Postman API Builder. This feature expands the API…

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Autocomplete Now Available in Postman Script Editor

        

We are continuing to roll out features that help augment and automate what developers are doing when working with APIs in Postman, incrementally providing them with new superpowers to be faster and have more control during API development. With the recent release of Postman v7.29, autocomplete is now part of the editor tab for both…

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