Webhook or simply HTTP call back events are the events that are transferred by using hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) to an application. These events are sent in order to notify the end-user about the system it is being connected to.
The purpose of Webhook is quite simple. It pulls and stores information whenever an event appears. However, it does not work simultaneously and only runs when the eventbefalls. Webhook is beneficial for workflow deployment and is used by people requiring minimal resources.

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