Postman is a popular tool to test and develop APIs. To make it more convenient for developers who are integrating the Picky Assist APIs, we've developed a Postman collection that contains the full set of APIs.
If you dont have postman desktop application then download and Install https://www.getpostman.com/
Once the postman is running you can download the Picky Assist API Collection & Environment file as Zip from the below link
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Extract the zip file into your computer and you will able to see 2 JSON files as below;
Picky Assist API.postman_collection.json Picky Assist.postman_environment.json
Collection is set of API Requests along with sample requests so first you have to import the Picky Assist API Collection to your postman , Click on Import from Top Left side of the header bar and upload the Picky Assist API.postman_collection.json
Once you uploaded the collection you can see the API details in the sidebar as shown in the image below.
Postman offers a configurable environment which is essentially a set of key-value pairs. It allows you to create commonly used variables that can be reference across multiple requests. You can read more about it here.
The pre-configured 'Picky Assist' environment contains set of variables that are referenced by the collection. It's important for you to edit and replace the variables with your own values.
To import the Picky Assist environment Tap on the Gear icon which is the right top of the postman app as shows in the below image
A popup will come as shown below, Click on "Import" button and select Picky Assist.postman_environment.json to import Picky Assist Environment to Postman App.
Once the environment is imported you need to configure the variables with your own values, below are the variables which are pre-configured in the environment , you can add your own variables to make the test more easy;
Replace with your token value
If you are using beta version then switch the URL here
You can add a test number here , make sure you add with country code without 0 or +
You can key in your default application value here
Now you are ready to fire API's , to fire an API just click on the API from the left sidebar , edit the variable values if needed and click on "Send" button
You can save the changes for easy reuse by clicking on "Save" button
You can see the all the API request & response log in postman console , to open postman console log use keyboard shortcut Command + Option + C or click on the Console icon in the bottom left side of the footer bar as highlighted below;
A popup will open as shown below where you can click a request to see the detailed log