What are Webhooks?
Webhooks are a way for websites or applications to automatically notify other systems when certain events occur. This allows for real-time data transfer and can be used to trigger actions in other systems without manual intervention.
For example, an online store could use a webhook to automatically notify a shipping provider when an order is placed, which would then trigger the shipping provider to initiate the shipping process.
Webhooks can be powerful tools for integrating systems and automating processes. They save time and reduce the risk of errors that can occur when manual intervention is required.
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