5/22/2017 Changelog Christopher Reichert

I am happy to announce that Assertible now supports importing and automating API tests from Postman Collections. Postman has become a powerful developer tool for exploring and defining reusable API (or website) tests using the Postman Collections format.

Importing Postman Collections into Assertible saves time by preventing you from completely rewriting API requests for all your endpoints endpoints. It also gives you access to Assertible's powerful automation and integrations like the deployments API, scheduled monitoring, and access to alerts using services like Slack or Zapier

Importing a Postman Collection into Assertible works just like importing a Swagger/OpenAPI API definition. Simply navigate to the New Service page in the Assertible dashboard and click or import a Postman Collection. Postman Collections can be imported using a URL or file in JSON format.

Check out the documentation for more details

Assertible import from Twitter API Postman Collection dry run

Some Postman Collection features like environment variables, pre-request scripts, and multipart form data have limited supported. We are planning on expanding our support for Postman Collections and would love to get community feedback on this feature. Don't hesitate to reach out and let us know if you have any feature requests (or bugs, of course).

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:: Christopher Reichert


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