Postman is a platform for testing APIs that allows developers to send requests to web services and view responses. Initially, Postman was a simple extension for the Chrome browser, but over time it has evolved into a powerful application, available for installation on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
What is Postman used for
Allows testing APIs by sending various HTTP requests and checking responses.
Helps in the design and development of APIs by providing capabilities for creating, testing, and documenting APIs.
Allows automating tests by using collections and environments for storing and reusing requests.
Provides tools for monitoring APIs for errors and anomalies.
Technical Aspects and Capabilities of Postman
Intuitive interface that makes it easy to create, send and analyze HTTP requests.
Allows organizing requests into collections, simplifying work with large APIs.
Variables and Environments
Allows using variables and environments for storing and reusing data in requests.
Pre-Request and Test Scripts
Allows adding scripts that will be executed before or after sending the request.
Automatically generates documentation for the API based on collections.
Import and Export
Allows importing and exporting collections and environments in different formats.
Integration with other popular tools, such as Jenkins, Travis CI, and others.
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