Do all the things like ++ or -- rants, post your own rants, comment on others' rants and build your customized dev avatarSign Up
From the creators of devRant, Pipeless lets you power real-time personalized recommendations and activity feeds using a simple APILearn More
bahua134114yI was super late, discovering postman, but I hated it immediately. The fact that there's no response history, and no json querying is a total dealbreaker for me. Insomnia for life.
@bahua what do you use then?
I guess he uses insomnia, which is a REST client
Maybe it's obscure enough that it wasn't obvious when I said it. I use Insomnia.
The best client I found is Paw too bad its only for mac, but it lets me add documentation for each endpoint I call, and it is written in Objective-C making it less resource consuming than Electron (if I'm not mistaken that's what Postman uses)
I like Insomia too, lightweight and does the job
The day I stumbled on insomnia was the day I told postman I would never look back!
gruff5714yInsomnia looks nice, shall look forward to checking that out later
gruff5714yThere is an extension for vs code that allows you to create requests in the text editor that looks quite nice too https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/...
byoigres17A friend needed to test an API so, I told him to download Postman to start testing POST request and he ask if ...
Kidjenius30REST clients today can use upwards to 1000MB of memory. This leads to a poor experience for people who don't h...
kescherRant11Samsung. They basically have Chinese crapware on many phones, disguised as "Smart Manager" or some bs. It's "...
Not entirely sure if it counts, but Postman.
Used to be a simple, yet efficient tool for integration testing. And nothing more. Now it's a bloated, convoluted resource eating piece of bling-bling that tries to do a shitload of stuff, but only does them in a mediocre way.
Meh, while I was typing this I realized what a comfortable life I lead if I complain about something like this. Oh, the perks of being a middle class white man working in the tech sector...