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Webinar Recap: How to Benefit from API specifications with Strapi and Postman

We recently wrapped up our second webinar that covered the benefits from API specifications with Postman and Strapi. If you missed the webinar — or you’d like to relive it — check out the full recording and some questions from the audience!

In this webinar, Meenakshi Dhanani, Developer Advocate at Postman explored Strapi content types, OpenAPI specification, and the complete tool-chain that is capable of building mock servers and testing with Postman.

By the numbers:

📝 118 registrants

👥 +47 attendees

🔊 +108 messages

💬 1 question

Audience Questions

Any comments for those who work with GraphQL? 1) How relevant are these concepts; 2) any pointers to resources on how to get the most out of Postman with that?

There are plenty of resources published on both websites to explain how Strapi and Postman can work together. ​​ https://www.postman.com/strapijs https://www.postman.com/devrel/workspace/how-to-benefit-from-api-specifications-with-strapi-and-postman

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