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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Collections

Now that we have a request with some tests, we probably want to save it somewhere and also add other requests with their own tests. You can save multiple requests in a collection. Simply hit the Save button next to the Send button. You will have to specify your request name, which defaults to the URL, but you can name it something like Get TODO 1. You can add an optional description, such as Gets TODO item 1 and tests whether we got the correct item back. And finally, you have to either save it to an existing collection or create a new collection. We are going to create a new collection named Web API. Hit Save and your collection will be saved. You can view it in the Collections tab on the left-hand side (if your screen is wide ...

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