New Features, Blogs, and Announcements ....
Google Ending Support for Chrome Apps
Last month, Google announced plans to sunset Chrome apps over the next 18 months. Never fear, if you use the Postman Chrome app, there's plenty of time to transition to our Mac or Windows app. Read Postman's take on the announcement here.
Voucherify Rediscovers Postman
Think you know Postman? Voucherify recently brushed up on Postman Cloud's expanded features, supporting their entire API workflow:
“$5 per month for all these features?
Try out the super benefit to cost ratio with a free trial of Postman Cloud. Or, read Voucherify's super blog post, covering testing, collaboration, variables, and more.
That's what we call super cost to benefit ratio.”
Need to Learn (not Rediscover) Postman?
David Creedy wrote a terrific series of detailed articles on Streamlining API Testing with Postman. He covers everything from history to collections to headers to creating tests. Get started with Part 1 of the 3-part series.
Intuit Rolls out Postman for QuickBooks Online APIs
Intuit has provided a Postman collection for QuickBooks! Jarred Keneally, from the Intuit developer group, wrote a detailed blog post outlining how to get started with the Quickbooks Online Postman collection, or dig straight into the documentation here.
CheerioJS in the Postman Sandbox
Postman substituted CheerioJS for JQuery in the scripting sandbox with the latest release of the Mac app and Newman.
“With all these additions, Postman users now have consistent, blazing fast, scripting sandbox inside Postman that works cross-platform and is unaffected by browser quirks or versioning differences.”
Read all the details in the blog post.
The Postman Console
The latest Postman for Mac app includes the Postman Console, a new feature much-loved around the Postman office. Postman Console is analogous to a browser's version of developer console, except it is tuned for API development. Details — where else? — in a blog post.
IBM Deploys the Run in Postman Button
The Run in Postman Button allows API publishers to share documentation, illustrate use cases, and onboard developers quickly - and now you can use it with IBM's MobileFirst Platform in IBM Cloud. Learn different methods to test and debug adapters in this overview from IBM.
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