Postman is the only complete development environment for the API, used by nearly five million developers and more than 100,000 companies worldwide. Postman is an elegant and flexible tool used to create API related software in a fast, accurate and straightforward way. The application programming interface has a friendly and intuitive user interface, with most key features available in one click. The rate of user’s progress using the program is encouraging; most users should be able to start creating and testing API calls very quickly. One of the main reasons for Postman's ease of use is its ability to automate: it automates the process of creating API requirements and testing its responses, allowing developers to build extremely efficient workflow. The Response Viewer is one of the most important features of the Postman application. The API responses are separated in the browser, and the body and the headers are placed in tabs. The status and time tags are displayed next to the tabs. The response viewer also displays API test results added by the test editor and the runner. All API calls sent are stored in the history which allows you to transfer them later to the response viewer easily.
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The most complete API Development environment, for individuals and small projects.
$8 /user/month billed Annually
Professional collaboration features, and full access to extended features for power users and development teams.
$18 /user/month billed annually
Enterprise-only features, including SSO, 10x usage limits for advanced features, and extended support.
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 10/09/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
This one is the best API testing tool I have ever used .It's available not only for testing but for debugging, development,publishing APIs.
Can't find any difficulties yet in postman application
Sometime we really need to test API for backend.That time postman is very easy to use and user interface is very user friendly.
What I like most about working with postman is that when developing an API, you can easily test the requests you develop and share with the members of the development team, as well as adding examples of the requests for teams that are working in another part of the project, such as a web page or mobile application that will consume the API services accelerating the development process. It also has many features to test your API services such as the ability to chain requests and test response data.
Something that I really dislike about Postman is the way in which you have to send the arrays in the requests, if you have to send a very large array you will have to enter the elements of the same one by one in the form of a list by hand and things They get worse with multi-level arrays.
Sometimes my projects do not synchronize when I log in to other devices and something that I also dislike are the few interface customization options.
For those who use Postman on remote devices it is good to add examples to your requests and document as best as possible to have a good understanding between the different parts of the team.
With Postman it has been possible to detect errors in the structure of the requests and problems with the response data before releasing the final versions of the product.
We have also been able to replicate requests from third parties to learn how other companies do.
Postman is most helpful in API testing and its management. You have developed one micro service and you can test it using this tool thoroughly. You can set request data and get response by firing to particular URL for that service. I have found postman very easy to learn and started using it for most of my API testing parts. It even helps you when you are working in distributed environment where you can develop your API early and test it.
I have found postman very helpful so I do not find any problem in it. It is fast and has good quality support.
Postman has many great features like you can have all the types of HTTP calls. It can even generate code for your call as per your configuration. It has very good file structure for saving your same type of collections.
I have used Postman for every API testing I was assigned during my tasks. Postman helped debug my android application and one module of web application where I need to have response from particular API. Using postman I have found that It was problem from API side.
Postman is a tool used to send requests and receive responses through our REST API, but instead of relying on curl, we can instead use a dedicated app interface to organize and save our tests.
Some validates for XML are missing and free version provides limited sharing across the team.
Free and paid versions are available for Mac, Windows, Linux, and also as a Chrome app.They have an outstanding customer support.
It is easy to design APIs and maintain multiple API versions.It offers a sleek user interface with which to make HTML requests, without the hassle of writing a bunch of code just to test an API's functionality.
The most helpful features of using postman is the simplistic UI for REST calls, it allows to provide all types of arguments/headers and supports all types of REST requests, It is powerful enough to handle large responses from REST API's. Setting tokens/access keys as environment variables and writing requests using them is really helpful.
I dislike that it is still a desktop application and a web app is not available for Postman.
Form teams to develop collaboratively, and share the API requests among you team, also consider using the convert REST request to code in desired programming languages to use the module and directly embed it in your code.
We are using Postman to test REST endpoints and also to see the different responses provided by the api to understand various parameters in requests develop applications accordingly.
There are tabs for hostroy and saved collections which are folder like structure of Same type of API calls. It supports All the HTTP calls, like POST, GET, DELETE, PUT, etc. Postman has great feature of providing request data and endpoints. You also can specify what type of data this request is carrying.
Postman is great tool with great capabilities. It even generated code for the specified languages of request. So there is nothing to dislike about postman.
I advice students mostly who have not even heard or used postman. While developing assignments and semester projects you can get extra help from Postman to test your APIs and start further development. It is mostly used in organization level. but anyone can use it as it is simple to learn on first sight of it.
I have used postman mostly for testing of API developed by me or other team members. I used it to measure performance and security of API. Postman helped me avoid some security flows and boosted performance of API.
Postman has supports for many programming languages. Using Postman you can actually test your API that is running correctly or not. You can even specify Input in normal text as well as JSON structure. It also has space that shows response came from the API call. It supports all available HTTP calls. It is simple to use.
Postman is simple yet effective for APIs. It does not have anything to dislike.
I have found Postman extremely helpful in API managing and testing of it. It saves a lot of time while development also. If you are already a developer you can find it very simple to learn on first sight of it.
I have been using Postman for long time for API management and Testing of it. I have developed some APIs for database connections and web services. I have used postman to test and manage all of them. It was very easy and neatly arranged with help of postman.
The ways it’s user interface designed and the options available to process our request.
It can be made single sign on with the google.
Best app to check the service URLs.
Hitting my service request using Postman to check for the results obtained and compare with the expected results.
The ability to save your queries to quickly resend them are useful when testing large systems. But whats better - Postman has such a beautiful User Interface! It is clear, easy to navigate, and prioritises important functions. By taking all of the confusion out of navigating their interface, the team at Postman have given us a product that not only works flawlessly, but doesn't confuse us as users!
It might just be me, but Postman seems to run with an abnormally high RAM usage for such a small application, especially when idle in the background. Aside from that, the limit on the number of free calls seems like a lot (1000), until you use it up, which I have done on occasion when building APIs.
Get it. Postman doesn't disappoint. And its free! Whats not to love?
Postman allows easy testing of APIs, either to test functionality of an API you plan on using, or to test one that you are building yourself. Having the ability to quickly and easily send and receive messages, and inspect them also, has been a game changer. I have saved so much time by quickly spinning up Postman to verify if something is working as expected. Postman doesn't disappoint!
Postman has the most important test methods that are POST, GET, VIEW, LOCK, UNLOCK and many more. The best thing is that it allows to store data of tests carried out. In addition, it has a simple user interface, so it is not necessary to be an advanced user to carry out a test. I also like to be able to customize the interface and change its color.
I do not like that Postman eliminates the API tests, because it is very easy to forget the URLs or what was requested, besides the body code. The history of the tests should always be maintained.
I recommend the use of Postman for the development of API. It is a powerful tool and it will be very easy to use or learn to use. In addition, there is a lot of online documentation to guide you in your tests or developments.
It is very easy to test my APIs developed in PHP to verify its correct functioning. I did not need technical knowledge to learn how to use this program, because the learning curve is very short. In addition, it also allows me to test APIs created in Java.