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Is the Postman REST Client Really Efficient?

Postman REST Client is a Google Chrome extension that makes REST calls, an HTTP client for testing web services. It is a more efficient tool for front-end and back-end developers who are working with API keys. Postman is used to run a couple of automated tests in a collection runner. The Postman interface is divided into two areas. On the left side, we can build a collection with various “create”, “get”, and “post” requests. On right side, the request constructor…

How Twitter is Changing the Way I Read Blogs

Over the past year and a half, the way I consume blog content has gradually changed—and it’s all because of Twitter.

Where’s Your Conversation? Measuring Blog Interaction

A friend and former colleague recently lamented on her blog that no one had commented on her new re-design. From the responses she received, the reason was soon obvious – no one had seen it. All of her readers were using RSS. Great for ensuring your readers see every post, but not so much for commenting on the design. But that discussion highlighted another struggle we have – internally and with our clients. How do you measure blog interaction and…

Holy Duplicates Batman!

I changed my RSS feeds over from NewsGator to the native reader in Office 2007 Beta. Easy enough process, just export your OPML file, which is standard for RSS readers and import it back into Outlook. Quite a simple process. Okay — except for the 2000 duplicate posts. Now I’m deleting thousands of duplicates. I’ve been assured this only happens once, but it’s hard to tell since I haven’t even been able to get rid of the first batch of…

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