PMAN is a Chrome extension that helps you manage your API data in Postman. It’s built by the same team that develops Postman, so it’s pretty good for getting started with APIs and debugging them. However, PMAN is deprecated as of 2019-07-01. You’ll still be able to use it until then, but after this point, we recommend using the Postman API Manager instead of PMAN.
Postman Chrome Extension, commonly called PMAN, is a Chrome extension built by the same team that develops the Postman API manager. The PMAN extension allows you to access your Postman account from within your browser and use it for testing and debugging.
Also, PMAN is compatible with all major browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Safari, and Firefox on mobile devices, PMAN also supports custom themes so you can customize how it looks in Windows 8 or 10.
Postman is also a REST API that you can use to manage and explore your Postman collections, create new ones, and share them with other users. The Postman API is also used by the Postman app to connect to your accounts and access your collections.
This article will explain how PMAN works when it will be deprecated, and what alternatives there are to use it.
Postman Chrome Extension
The Postman Chrome Extension is a plugin that allows you to connect to any API from the Postman application.
This means that if you have an API connected in your browser, then all of your requests will be sent through this extension. It looks like this:
PMAN uses your Postman access token and secret key to make API calls on behalf of your account. This allows you to share your API with other users. The Postman API is also used by the Postman app to connect to your accounts and access your collections. This article will explain how PMAN works when it will be deprecated, and what alternatives there are to use it.
PMAN was built by the same team who developed Postman: Mike Arreguín and Christian Berry (the co-founders).
What Is PMAN?
PMAN is a Chrome extension that adds Postman integration to your browser. It’s built by the same team that develops the Postman API manager, so it’s designed to work seamlessly with both services.
PMAN offers two main features:
- You can also create new custom queries on-the-fly using this toolkit – no need for code snippets anymore!
When Will PMAN Be Deprecated?
The Postman Chrome Extension will be deprecated on March 1, 2023. On that day, it will no longer work and you will have to use the new Postman API manager instead.
If you’re currently using PMAN, we recommend switching over to our new tool by March 1st so that it works properly until then (and forever).
If you want to learn about other alternatives to PMAN, check out our resources page!
As you can see, PMAN is a useful tool for managing your API data. It also has an API that you can use to explore and manage your data. This article will explain how PMAN works when it will be deprecated, and what alternatives there are to use it.