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Best Postman Alternatives: Fastest API Testing Tools

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  1. The Collaboration Platform for API Development

    Why API Specs Are the Backbone of Successful Development about 17 days ago:

    A web API, be it REST or GraphQL, is an enabler. It lowers the barrier to entry for new users by not requiring them to write any code. They simply need to open a tool like Postman or Insomnia, plug in their API key, and test away.
  2. The most intuitive cross-platform REST API Client 😴

    I'm in BIG trouble! Please help about 16 days ago

    When working with web API's it is always worth considering using a tool/service like postman or insomnia to be able to explore and test the API. This makes it easier to get the code right.
  3. CLI HTTP that will make you smile. JSON support, syntax highlighting, wget-like downloads, extensions, and more.

    Atlassian to shed 5 per cent of workers about 25 days ago:

    IMO Postman is a good tool. On alternatives though, is pretty nice too.
  4. SoapUI Pro is one of the most prominent API testing platforms around, allowing developers to quickly prototype the functions of their apps and get them to market with little hassle.

  5. An online, open source API request builder

    “Bots will replace devs!” Also bots: about 3 months ago

    One of the competitors to postman was in fact named postwoman. They later renamed it to hoppscotch.
  6. API testing tool. Which allows web developers to create and test custom HTTP requests.

  7. HTT

    HTTP Request Maker

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  8. Beautiful, cross-platform & open-source tools to debug, test & build with HTTP(S). One-click setup for browsers, servers, Android, CLI tools, scripts and more.

    freemium €7.0 / Monthly (for a Pro subscription)

    why is my app not making any api requests after being deployed? about 2 months ago

    You can use tools like to check the requests.
  9. A REST client for almost any web service (Firefox and Chrome extension).