Take your next steps in Postman

Now that you've sent a request, written a test, and can save requests to collections, check out some of the other things you can do in Postman:

  • You can run collections manually, or schedule collection runs to run regularly in the cloud. You can also automate collection runs in your CI/CD with the Postman CLI or Newman.
  • Postman Flows is a visual tool for building API-driven applications for the API-first world. You can use Flows to chain requests, handle data, and create real-world workflows in your Postman workspace.
  • Speaking of API-first, Postman supports API-first development with the API Builder. Use the API Builder to design your API in Postman. Your API definition can then act as the single source of truth for your API project.
  • Documentation is an important part of any collection or API. You can add documentation so users can understand what your collection or API does and how each request works. By default your documentation is private, but if you're creating a public API, you can publish your documentation to make it publicly available to anyone with a web browser.
  • Add your API to the Postman API Network to share your APIs with 20M+ users in the world’s largest public API network. Your API is searchable in the Postman app when it's available on the Postman API Network.

Last modified: 2023/07/26