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(Micro) Service Testing with Postman - Newman - Docker

Postman seems to become a defacto tool for service testing because the Postman is very user-friendly, easy-to-learn, all-in-one, lightweight and collaborating tool. Postman has been used for a long time but recently it has growing popularity because of a stable native application, collaboration feature after version 6.2, sharing of collections for team, interactive working with the team, mocks for isolated testing, environments for running the test for different test environments such as local, development, stage ... and many more features. For me, one of the biggest features is easy-to-use for everyone in a team so everyone in a team can use and update a postman collection easily. In this post, I want to explain how postman can be used efficiently. Testing a Service and Writing Tests With postman testing service is simple. Postman supports many methods like POST , GET , PUT , PATCH . Just select the correct method and hit the service URL you want to test. Postman also has everyth