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While trying to automate my API requests, I need to use an external library (Node library) which is not supported within the Postman environment.
At present, the only idea I have is to use my node library through a node service and saving them as an environment variable inside my postman. Then I can use them whenever I want.
Is there a better way to implement it?
As far as I can see, the context of this topic is automating some API requests. Why don’t you perform this task creating API automated tests using a programming language? (e.g. Java – using RestAssured, or PHP – using Behat Framework, or Python and so forth). This approach provides more flexibility in the code program and eliminates the constraints of Postman tool.
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