Learn HTTP Status Codes with HTTP Cats

        

If you’re new to APIs, then you might only be familiar with a few HTTP status codes. To help you learn more HTTP status codes and build your first Postman Collection, let’s walk through this beginner’s tutorial working with the playful HTTP Cats API. And if you’re allergic to cats, use HTTP Status Dogs instead….

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Visualizing Open Brewery Data with Bootstrap [Data Visualization Example]

        

This tutorial is an introduction to the Postman Visualizer, showing you how to create a visualization of data returned from the Open Brewery DB. You should be able to follow the steps here regardless of your development experience level. By the end you will hopefully be able to apply what you’ve learned to virtually any…

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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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How to Make Money Using Postman: Chaining Requests

        

Most people already know how to send a lone request using Postman. Send it off, inspect the response you get from the server. Make some adjustments, and then try it again. That’s all well and good. However, when you save one or more requests to a collection, you can start using some of the more…

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Back Up and Sync Your Postman Collections to GitHub

        

Millions of developers use GitHub every day to manage and store revisions of projects, making it the largest host of source code in the world.  Now you can easily backup and synchronize your Postman Collections on GitHub. Your Collections are all tucked in safe and sound with our latest Postman Pro to GitHub Integration. If you have…

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How to write powerful automated API tests with Postman, Newman and Jenkins

        

Unless your development team is running on a six-month or an year-long cycle, you would be practicing Continuous Integration. From the ThoughtWorks definition of Continuous Integration: Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated…

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Using the Newman Docker Image in Windows, Hassle-Free

        

Docker is one of the most well known container technologies and is quite the rage these days. We at Postman love Docker for its simplicity. It helps us by allowing a single software release to work on Windows, Mac-OSX and Linux, is extremely easy to set up, and abstracts away platform specific quirks of dependencies….

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