Postman OpenAPI

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…

How Postman Uses the OpenAPI Specification

This is a follow-up to our recent post about Postman joining the OpenAPI Initiative (OAI). You can read the full announcement here. At Postman, our mission is to encourage creativity by providing user-friendly tools that…

Postman Joins the OpenAPI Initiative

We’re proud to announce that Postman has joined the OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) to participate in the education, marketing, and evolution of the OpenAPI Specification (OAS). As a member alongside 35 other tech companies, we are…

Syncing Your OpenAPI, RAML, and GraphQL Schema to GitHub with Postman

Postman is already a critical tool throughout your API development lifecycle, but with the latest release of GitHub Sync, you can now also seamlessly connect your OpenAPI, Swagger, and RAML definitions as part of your…

2019 in Review: A Great Year for Postman Product Improvements

It’s the new year, and all of us here at Postman are looking forward to another year of making the Postman product better and better for our entire, ever-growing Postman community in 2020. We’re also…

Converting OpenAPI specs to Postman collections

Postman first introduced support for importing Swagger 1.0/2.0 specs over 3 years ago. At the time, the Postman collection format was basic – features like multi-level folder support and collection variables didn’t exist. The imports…

Postman Supports OpenAPI 3.0

The wait is over! With our most recent release, Postman now supports importing OpenAPI 3.0 specifications. Support for the OpenAPI specification has been a long time coming and we’re excited to provide more flexibility across…

Sync your specs

Some development teams that work with API description formats like RAML, Swagger, or API Blueprint want to know how those formats work with Postman collections.   With the Import button, the Postman app makes it…