How to install Postman on Ubuntu?

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It relatively simple but you have several options at your disposal to do so:

  1. Snap (installs older version but simpler): $ sudo snap install postman

2. Install it by an automated script (installs the latest version). Just head to a terminal on your machine and paste this:

$ cd
$ curl -O https://vald_phoenix.keybase.pub/Scripts/install-postman.sh && chmod +x install-postman.sh && bash install-postman.sh

This might be used for Postman updates too.

That’s all folks.

Software Engineer, LL.B., MSc in CS

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