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Postman Contributor Program
Postman relies on the contributions of the open source community, and values the many contributions from our top users. Contributions to open source projects, the docs, and more improve the experience of other users. If you’d like to contribute, we welcome contributions of all kinds.Contribution Guidelines
The Postman Guest Blogger Program
If you have something to say about APIs, we want to help amplify your voice. Share your thoughts with the Postman community on the Postman blog.Submission guidelines
April 20, 2020
"Making HTTP SOAP requests with Postman"
Lots of people call Postman “a REST client.” They’re not wrong. However, Postman is actually used for any calls sent over HTTP. Since SOAP and GraphQL are agnostic with regards to the underlying transport protocol,…
April 10, 2020
"What’s new in Postman v7.22?"
We’re proud to announce that Postman v7.22 is here. This one is packed with new features and improvements that we hope you’ll enjoy. Specifically, here are five top highlights: Support for RAML 1.0 Guided tour…
April 8, 2020
"Get Greater Visibility With HTTP Header Live Preview in Postman"
HTTP headers are a cornerstone of how the web works, allowing clients and servers to pass information back and forth. Headers are fundamental to how everything online works, and because most APIs utilize HTTP as…