Top 10 Postman blog posts of 2022

It’s been a momentous year in the Postman universe. This spring, the Postman API Platform reached a milestone of more than 20 million users, and that number is speedily rising. So, it makes sense that our team has been working tirelessly to meet the growing demand with more feature releases and our most advanced app yet in Postman v10.

All this means that the Postman blog has also been busier than ever. Whether it’s a tutorial to help you get started with the latest and greatest feature, a guest post, an insightful industry story, or dialogue-creating commentary, we’ve published a wide spectrum of posts to keep minds open and API-first conversations going.

So many authors—Postmanauts, our partners, and more—have been sharing their thoughts on the Postman blog to reach the international API community. Now we’d like to take a moment to look back at some of the standout posts that you, our readers, chose as your favorites.

Here are the top 10 most read Postman blog posts of 2022:

  1. Postman Now Supports gRPC

    By Postman Technical Lead Joshua Wise

  2. The 2022 API Platform Landscape: Trends and Challenges

    By Postman Co-Founder and CEO Abhinav Asthana

  3. Announcing Postman v10: The API Platform for an API-First World

    By Postman Co-Founder and CTO Ankit Sobti

  4. How to Test JSON Properties in Postman

    By Postman Developer Advocate Vikram Sahu

  5. When and How to Use JSON Serialization in Postman

    By Postman Senior Developer Advocate Ian Douglas

  6. Introducing the Secret Variable Type in Postman

    By Postman Product Manager Malvika Chaudhary

  7. How to Choose HTTP or gRPC for Your Next API

    By Postman Senior Developer Advocate Ian Douglas

  8. Celebrating 20 Million Postman Users

    By Postman Co-Founder and CEO Abhinav Asthana

  9. Postman Now Supports OpenAPI 3.1

    By Postman Software Engineer Ankit Saini

  10. Adding External Libraries in Postman

    By Postman Developer Advocate Sean Keegan

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