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- API access control (32)9.393%
- API user onboarding (21)8.787%
- API monitoring and logging (32)8.585%
- API versioning (24)8.585%
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it is very efficient when it comes to manage large number of APIs, one can manage APIs per project as well.
very good authentication testing UI. makes it pretty easy to work with all kinds of available AUTH practices.
allows to ingest multiple types of data like FORMDATA/JSON
Postman is less appropriate where you need to automate your tests that involves verification from databases or depends on data from databases. Also, it lacks functionality to generate random data. I've been using work around using scripts to achieve randomness in my tests.
There is not any major issue i have detected in postman while using.
Collections of calls can be shared with teams for effective collaboration.
If your application has some sort of error in the API call, use the browser developer tool (generally F12) to view the call and response in the Network tab. Reproduce the call in Postman to reproduce the unexpected result. Fix your application and re-test with Postman. Iterate until the application behaves as it should.