I’ve been wrapping my head around the latest Postman Flows early access release, and this one is a biggie. Of course it is still subject to further change still, but as outlined by the team in the linked post, the major changes to the current beta version of the low code API workflow feature calledContinue reading “Postman Flows V2: What’s New”
This time I’ll go straight to the video – here is how you can use Postman Flows to assert that a partial string exists in a response message. Enjoy!
A list of useful resources when learning more about API testing.
I took on a 2 month assignment to work as a QA Relations person – here’s what I learned.
Beth talks about her recent livestream with the Postman team.
I’m very *very* excited to finally be able to say it out loud. As you may have heard, I’ve now left my previous role as Staff Quality and Test Engineer at Smoothwall. I’m genuinely thrilled to announce that for the next 2 months I’m going to be helping the team at Michigan based email testingContinue reading “Announcing my new role as interim QA Rel at Mailinator!”
In this very personal post, Beth sets out a template you can use to answer the question “what are you looking for in your next testing role?”
My testing thoughts on the latest State Of API Report, published by Postman.
What’s been going on? Yesterday (13th October 2021) was a big day in the Selenium world. 4.0 has finally made it as a stable release. What does this mean for me? According to the recent Mabl state of devOps report, Selenium is the tool of choice for the overwhelming majority of survey respondents using aContinue reading “A simple guide to upgrading to Selenium 4.0”
This post is an overall guide to what Flows are and what they can do. Alternatively, click these links if you want to see some example Flows in action or learn more about what each block that makes up a flow does. TLDR: look at the vids, they’ll tell you all you need to know.Continue reading “Postman Flows: A Guide”