If you are one of the millions of developers who uses Postman, we have some good news.
You can now run all of the Rosette API endpoints as one collection, and every endpoint comes pre-loaded with sample text.
The folks over at Postman have also created a nifty “Run in Postman” button, here’s the one for the entire Rosette Toolkit:
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If you’re not 100% familiar with Postman, here’s a quick guide to get you up and running:
How to get Started
Step 1: Use your existing key or get a free API key from developer.rosette.com
Step 2: Run the Postman collection
The Rosette API examples collection will load in your Postman app and should now be available to you in the left pane.
Making your 1st Call
You’ll first need to put the Key in the header from Step 1 – so head over to the headers section:
Simply paste in your key as shown below:
Now you can go ahead and run the endpoint examples.
You can also set the API key for all the endpoints in one step instead of endpoint by endpoint.
Create a new “environment” in Postman for the Rosette API.
From the “Manage Environments” dialog, add a new environment named Rosette API and set a variable with key API-KEY and the value as your API key.
Choose this Rosette API environment as your environment within Postman.
Now you can use Postman’s Collection Runner to run all the examples.