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Advanced Automation: A Deep Dive into Webhooks

Hello! It seems you are interested in webhooks. A webhook is a way for one application to provide real-time information to another application by sending an HTTP request (usually a POST request) when an event occurs. This allows the receiving application to react to the event and perform actions, without having to constantly poll the sending application for updates.

Webhooks are commonly used in situations where one application needs to be updated as soon as there is new information available in another application. For example, when a new order is created in an e-commerce platform, a webhook can be used to notify a shipping service so that it can start processing the shipment.

To implement a webhook, you’ll need to:

1. Set up an endpoint on the receiving application that is capable of processing incoming HTTP requests.
2. Configure the sending application to send requests to your endpoint when the event you are interested in occurs.
3. In the receiving application, parse the incoming request and perform the desired actions.

Keep in mind that webhooks can potentially expose sensitive information, so it is important to secure them properly. This can be done using various methods such as HTTPS and secret tokens.

I hope this helps! If you have any specific questions regarding webhooks, feel free to ask.

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