How to Install Postman on Debian 10
Install Postman on Debian 10
Postman is one of the useful tool built for API development. Using Postman you can develop API faster. In the beginning, Postman provided as an extension of Google Chrome browser but later it is developed as an independent tool as very much growth in its popularity. Today Postman is available for all major operating systems such as Linux, Windows, and MacOS. In this tutorial, you are going to learn How to install Postman on Debian 10.
Before you start installing Postman on Debian 10. You must have a non-root user account on your server with sudo privileges.
Install Postman on Debian
Installing Postman on Debian is one of the easiest things today. We are going to install Postman on Linux using snappy package system tool.
Open terminal using
Ctrl+Alt+t then run following command to install Postman on Debian:
sudo snap install postman
You may be asked for the password, then please enter the password. After completing the above process you have successfully installed Postman on your Debian system.
The output should be:
postman 6.7.3 from 'postman-inc' installed
To start using Postman, go to
Applications -> Postman and launch Postman on Debian 10 or you can simply run following command.
On the first launch, you will see the following window for Sign Up using Email or Google Account. Otherwise, you can also Sign In if you have an existing account.
After signing in or creating the new account you are ready to start using Postman for API development.
Following is an example in which we sending a GET request to the URL.
In this tutorial, you have learned how to install Postman on Debian 10 successfully. If you have any of the queries regarding this then you can comment below.
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