Define your APIs
Define the structure of your API by creating a new schema or importing a schema
Design new API schemas in Postman to make API creation faster
Import existing API schemas in popular schema formats (Open API 1.0/2.0/3.0, RAML 0.8/1.0, GraphQL)
Generate collections automatically based on your API schema
Bi-directionally sync your API schema on Postman with your GitHub repository
Validate your API elements against your API schema
Supported schema formats
Postman supports the latest OpenAPI specification as well as Swagger 1.0/2.0.
The RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) has become a popular choice for designing APIs.
Postman allows you to author and send GraphQL queries using the request body.
Develop your APIs
Streamline the entire API workflow around the API itself
Create mock servers to kick start development faster.
Write API documentation or generate it from schema
Store variables for all your different development environment
Share your APIs with other members of your team
Test your APIs
Add test suites, integration tests, and contract tests to your APIs
Link Collections in your workspace as test suites to an API using version tagging
Add integration tests to check if your endpoints work as expected with other APIs and services
Write contract tests to ensure that your APIs are working according to their specification
Observe your APIs
Monitor, report, and analyze how your APIs are performing
Connect monitors in your workspaces with APIs.
Collect and review API reports under a single view in the Postman web dashboard.
Understand API performance, collection executions, test failures and team-level metrics.