- First, you need to register in ApiX-Drive
- Next, select the service in the web interface you need to integrate with Webhooks (currently 249 available connectors)
- Choose what data to transfer from one system to another
- Turn on auto-update
- Now the data will be automatically transferred from one system to another.
Create integration with Webhooks yourself,
How to integrate Webhooks and other systems
with ApiX Drive
With ApiX-Drive you can connect and automate these systems in 5 minutes yourself.
Automation capabilities Webhooks
with other systems
Exchange data between Webhooks and other systems according to the specified interval
- Send DATA
F.A.Q. on integration with Webhooks
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Webhook is a mechanism designed to notify system users about events, which allows you to extend the functionality of a web application or site. So, if in the usual API it is necessary to request all the necessary data from the server every time, then in this case the server is told exactly where to send this data. They will be sent every time a certain event occurs. This eliminates the need to constantly send requests to the server. Which event is notified about depends on the service. For example, via Webhook, you can receive a message about the change in the status of the letter, whether it was read or deleted, whether the user followed the link contained in it, or even unsubscribed from the mailing list altogether. You can get information about changes in user settings or registration of a new one, changes in account status or an incoming call. In fact, the Webhook mechanism is used by a wide variety of services today. For the first time the term "Webhook" was used in 2007, it is based on another computer term - "Hook". This is the name of a technology that allows you to make changes to the standard behavior of the system, whether it be an OS or a stand-alone application.
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