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Enterprise E-commerce Webinar Series, Episode 3:

Bringing Your API to Market

This webinar was the third in Postman’s three-part webinar series on implementing an API-first strategy in enterprise e-commerce. Your charming and knowledgeable Postman host, Kin Lane, did a deep-dive into bringing your API to market using the Postman platform, focusing on the following areas:

  • API management
  • Documentation
  • Validation
  • Monitors
  • Reports
  • Communication/marketing
  • Feedback loops
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Aired: May 21, 2020

Kin Lane. Chief Evangelist at Postman.

Kin Lane

Chief Evangelist

More from this Webinar Series:

Episode 2: Deploying and Monitoring Your API. Poster.

Enterprise E-commerce Webinar Series, Episode 2:

Episode 1: Building and Testing Your API. Poster.

Enterprise E-commerce Webinar Series, Episode 1:

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FAQ

Where can I find Union Fashion collection?


Is the documentation feature available for all plans?

Documentation is generated when you create a collection and that’s available for all plans. Compare plans here - https://www.postman.com/pricing/

What is the hierarchy and relation of the Collection, Workspace & API?

Each team can have multiple Workspaces and each Workspace can have multiple Collections within it and each Workspace can have multiple API’s associated with it

Can we create APIs using GraphQL?

Postman is a tool that handles any calls sent over HTTP. This means that you can use Postman to interact with protocol-agnostic APIs - such as SOAP and GraphQL. Learn more here - https://learning.postman.com/docs/postman/sending-api-requests/graphql/

Where can I set up the Postman GitHub integration?

Integrations tab is available in each workspace. Learn more here - https://learning.postman.com/docs/integrations/github/

Is it possible to monitor internal API's?

We do have the ability to monitor internal APIs with our static IP feature – https://learning.postman.com/docs/postman/monitors/using-static-IPs-to-monitor/