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Mastering REST API Testing with Postman: A Comprehensive Tutorial for Effective API Testing

Table of Contents 1. REST API Testing with Postman 1.1. Why Postman tool? 1.2. Install native Postman Application 2. Getting Started with Postman 2.1. What is HTTP? 2.2. Most common HTTP methods: 2.4. How to Test GET Requests 2.5. How to Test POST Requests 2.6. How to Test PUT, PATCH, DELETE 3. REST API Automation Testing using Postman 3.1. Automate the Login API through Postman 1. REST API Testing with Postman Reliable API calls are critical to any decoupled application. Whether it is a simple configuration change to an entity or updating the Drupal core, both of them can alter the API response and lead to application-breaking changes on the front end. An API test suite can watch out for these API-breaking changes by running a slew of tests against your endpoint. And when you need to create an API test suite, Postman delivers. 1.1. Why Postman tool? Postman is a simple GUI for sending HTTP requests and viewing responses. It is built upon an extensive set of power

A Complete Guide to API Development

API (Application Programming Interface) is the buzzword in the tech industry these days. It has a huge role to play in the country’s economy and thus the technology is getting the needed investment. You get APIs everywhere today for daily use so as to book tickets, make online payments, and do online activities. Take the help of a developer so as to get best advice and assistance for developing an API . In simple terms, an API is a way for computer programs so as to interact with each other. You get APIs in all kinds of websites, mobile devices, games, and software. Businesses are spreading their reach and service to customers with the help of dynamic APIs. Some of the companies are making a high amount of money using all kinds of multi-use APIs. The blog is here to highlight details about API development, different terminologies in use, and the best tools for development.   Table of Contents 1.   What Is API and How Does It Work?   2. Different Terminologies in Use of API De