Tag: postman

Postman Tutorial Part 24 -Set, Get and Unset Global & Environment Variables in Postman Scripts

We have seen creating environment and global variables manually. You can refer them here:- Understand Environment & Variables in Postman Create, Manage and Use Environment In Postman Create, Manage and Use Global Variable In Postman In above ways, manually we need to add variables with value. Sometimes we may need to update or add variables […]

Postman Tutorial Part 22 – Postman Console – Debugging And Logging

Debugging and logging are very important when you are trying to develop/test something. During development or Testing of any software or API, you may need to debug or log what is happening in between if actual behaviour is not as per expected behaviour. You must have heard of browser’s developer console or web console. Postman […]

Postman Tutorial Part 21 – Scripts In Postman

If you think Postman is only for static or manual testing, you are not correct. We can do automation testing of API using postman to a good extent. We can add dynamic behavior to Postman requests and collections. Postman contains a NodeJS based runtime environment. This NodeJS environments allows us to add dynamic behaviour to […]

Postman Tutorial Part 19 – Save Response in Collection in Postman

Hello Folks, We have already seen Creating a collection and storing requests in it. Let’s perform below steps:- Create a Collection. Create a request. Hit the request and proper response should come. Save the request in created collection. Close all tabs in request builder. Open request from collection. Observe that “Response” was not saved. By […]

Postman Tutorial Part 18- Sharing & Importing Collections as a Link in Postman

Hello Folks, We have already seen below topics:- Introduction to Collections in Postman Creating a Collection in Postman In this post, we will share and import collection as a link in Postman. Once you create a collection in Postman, you may required to share with others. We can share a collection in multiple ways in […]

Postman Tutorial Part 17 – Creating a Collection In Postman

This post will cover below topics:- How to create a collection in Postman? In how many ways, we can create a collection in Postman? How to make a collection as Favourite in Postman? How to save a request in Postman? In how many ways, we can save a request in Postman? Creating a Collection in […]

Postman Tutorial Part 13 – Create, Manage and Use Environment In Postman

In last post, We have already seen about Understanding on Environment and Global variables. In this post we will see how can we create and access an Environment in Postman. An Environment in Postman is a set of key-value pairs. The key represents the name of the variable and value is information that key holds. […]

Postman Tutorial Part 11 – Sending DELETE Request in Postman

Hello Folks, As part of our API Testing series, we will see “Sending DELETE request in Postman”. First of all we need some APIs to test. There are many public APIs available which you can use for testing purpose. I will suggest you to register at below site to use free APIs for testing: GoRest API […]

Postman Tutorial Part 8 – Sending PUT Request in Postman

Hello Folks, As part of our API Testing series, we will see “Sending PUT request in Postman”. First of all we need some APIs to test. There are many public APIs available which you can use for testing purpose. I will suggest you to register at below site to use free APIs for testing: GoRest API […]

Postman Tutorial Part 7 – Difference Between ‘Accept’ and ‘Content-Type’ HTTP Headers

“Accept” and “Content-Type” are HTTP Headers which control input and output formats. “Accept” is a request header and “Content-Type” is both request and response header. Let’s see the difference between these headers: Accept: Let’s understand it using a real time example. We must have submitted final year projects in our college and there were a […]

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