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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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WebHooks in our build pipeline

WebHooks are something that can be used for binding events in the project whenever something is happening. Say a pull request is merged and we want to immediately trigger a build—WebHooks does our job for that. A WebHook is essentially an HTTP callback. You can configure WebHook in your repository by going to settings and adding WebHook. A typical WebHook screen looks as follows:

WebHook

As seen in the preceding screenshot, it has various triggers for things such as Push, Fork, Updated, Pull requests, Issues, and so on. We can set alerts and trigger various actions on the basis of this WebHook.

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