This extension integrates with the Postman tool by generating a Postman collection JSON file.
To use it, select the requests you want to export, and choose "Export as Postman Collection" from the context menu. This will open a dialog that allows you to configure the output and generate the file.
|Author||Teruhiro Tagomori@NRI SecureTechnologies|
|Last updated||19 June 2019|
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