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Standardizing API testing

Postman provides a powerful and intuitive UI for creating, testing, documenting, and sharing APIs. It's an all-in-one platform that makes it easy to build, test, and debug APIs quickly and efficiently.

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Key features

Postman app and CLI

Postman's Collection Runner can be used to write various tests and automate them with the Postman CLI and push the results back to Postman to debug and prepare reports.

Integrate with leading CI/CD systems

The API Builder—now with native Git support—easily automates tests within your CI/CD pipeline and catches issues earlier in the development lifecycle.

Mock servers

Mock servers can be used to simulate API endpoints and customize response delays, without sending actual requests. They are also used for testing, debugging, and prototyping APIs.

With Postman, you can:

  • Create automated tests and run them directly in the Postman app or automate with Postman CLI

  • Use collections and environments to store and reuse data. Create mock servers to enable simulations and testing

  • Monitor API performance and gain insights into usage and trends. Integrate with CI/CD tools and automate tests

  • Collaborate with teammates by sharing test scenarios and data. Complete documentation of code and tests

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Process within the Postman platform

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The Postman API Platform includes features that facilitate API testing, helping teams streamline their workflows and catch issues throughout the API lifecycle. Teams can build collections that entirely test an API, using tools such as a JavaScript-based library of a code snippets. This library enables teams to quickly author tests that validate their API's performance, reliability, and behavior. Once organized into a collection, these tests can be automated through the Postman web app, application, or the Postman CLI. Tests can also be incorporated into CI/CD pipelines.

See API Testing in Action:

Automate testing by scheduling collection runs

Automate periodic test executions by scheduling your collection runs at specified times and frequencies.

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Debugging and fixing test failures

Debugging involves identifying which tests have failed and why, so that you can fix them.

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Check test results in terminal with Postman CLI

Easily debug your test failures on Postman or view important run metrics such as average response times.

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Automate tests to be included in your CI/CD Builds

Seamlessly automate your collection runs in your CI/CD, anytime any build or deployment is done, your collection runs will automatically be triggered.

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Better testing processes

Higher quality releases

50% reduction in time taken to write custom tests when using Postman

More clients onboarded faster

Ease of use and reduction of manual overhead

Improved speed and productivity across the board

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