Last updated: Nov-09-2022
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to set up, configure and make your first request with the Cloudinary Programmable Media Postman collections.
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|0:00||Cloudinary has created a set of Postman collections to help you easily try out and make requests to our APIs using a UI-based tool. You can sign up for a free account for both tools on Cloudinary.com and Postman.com.|
|0:21||The documentation pages for each of the Cloudinary APIs have links to the collections, or you can find more details and links on the dedicated Postman collections help page.|
|0:36||To use the collections, you need to fork them to your own workspace. You can do this by opening up a collection and clicking the fork button from the taskbar.|
|1:03||To authenticate your Postman requests to Cloudinary, you need to add your Cloudinary credentials to Postman by creating an environment. The environment will contain the variables and values for
|1:50||Once you have set up everything for the collections, you can update the parameters and send your first request to Cloudinary. Postman will send back the API response and from here you can start experimenting with the collections.|
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