Postman Delivers
Updated September 17, 2020

Postman Delivers

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Postman

We write and maintain several WCF applications and integrate with WCF services from other teams and departments. Postman has been great for testing method calls for parameters sent and data being returned. We use it for testing these services and for testing other APIs that we're considering using, just to make sure we're getting the data we expect to get.
  • Easy to configure, just point to the service URL and you're good to start.
  • Easy to set up parameters on method calls.
  • Limited reporting: it would be nice if we could export a log file of failed calls.
  • Not a ton of automation: would be really useful for QA/integration testing.
  • Postman has been great for debugging issues with API method calls, which definitely saves our teams some time.
Postman is a great out-of-the-box tool for API testing. SwaggerHub is also good but requires a bit more configuration to integrate with the API you're going to test (if the API isn't set up for it, you probably won't get much out of SwaggerHub).
I was able to find answers to my questions in the Postman FAQ/forums. I didn't contact Postman support so I can't speak to that.

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Postman's a tool that's pretty easy to set up and get started with, and it's very handy for testing API calls for internal and external APIs. This is invaluable when troubleshooting issues with calling the API methods or just confirming the team's understanding of the API methods involved. Teams that don't do much integration with APIs or REST services probably won't see much benefit from Postman.

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