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Creating Postman Environment

Postman Environment

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In this post, we will be creating a Postman environment and take a look at how to work with multiple Postman Environments.

What is a Postman Environment?

An environment in Postman is kind of like a virtual space where you can store a set of variables. Every time you switch from one environment to another, your environment variables will get updated in your requests on the fly.

Creating and Managing Environment

In Postman, you can create and manage multiple environments and store variables specific to that environment. A common example of that would be creating a baseUrl environment variable which will be switched based on the environment you are in (ex: test, prod, etc…)

Postman Environment

Check out the video below to learn more about Postman Environments –

To learn about API Test Automation using JavaScript, check out my free tutorial series here –

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I hope this post helped you out, let me know if you have any questions in the comments below!

Happy testing! 

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