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API & Webhooks
Receiving a webhook notification
When making Postmen API request, you can give a parameter async=true to receive a webhook notification when Postmen has the response ready. In order to receive a webhook, you need to enable the webhook setting first. In the API request, you have to: Webhook data is sent as JSON in the POST request body. T
What happens if my webhook is down
Postmen sent the events for each webhook URL with POST request. If the webhook URL doesn't return a 200 HTTP response code, that POST request will be re-attempted up to 14 times in increasing intervals: 2^number_of_fail x 30s e.g. If the attempt fail, Postmen will retry the 2nd attempt 30s later. If the 5th attempts fail, Postmen retry the 6th attempt 960s later If the 14th attempts fail, Postmen retry not send out that webhook any more.
How to Use Postmen Webhook?
A webhook lets an application share real-time information with other apps. Since data transfer happens instantly, the popularity of webhooks is increasing rapidly these days. With Postmen webhook, you can receive the push update when the API is made asynchronously. Here’s how you can enable it: 👨💻 How to setup the Webhooks Go to your Postmen account’s ‘Webhooks’ settings Add webhook URL 👨💻 Webhook Signature Check for AfterS