Announcing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks V1 RTM

We are very happy to announce ASP.NET WebHooks V1 RTM making it easy to both send and receive WebHooks with ASP.NET. WebHooks provide a simple pub/sub model for wiring together Web APIs and services with your code. A WebHook can be used to get notified when a file has changed in Dropbox, a code change… Read more

Announcing ASP.NET WebHooks Release Candidate 1

We are very excited to announce the availability of ASP.NET WebHooks Release Candidate 1. Thank you for all the positive feedback, suggestions, pull requests, and comments to date – they are essential to the process so keep them coming! WebHooks provide a simple mechanism for sending event notifications across web applications and external services. For… Read more

ASP.NET WebHooks and Slack Slash Commands

We just added a couple of new features in ASP.NET WebHooks that makes it easier to build some nice integrations with Slack Slash Commands. These commands make it possible to trigger any kind of processing from a Slack channel by generating an HTTP request containing details about the command. For example, a command typed in… Read more

Sending ASP.NET WebHooks from Azure WebJobs

Azure WebJobs is a great way for running any kind of script or executable as a background process in connection with an Azure App Service Web Site or App. You can upload an executable or script as a WebJob and run it either on a schedule or continuously. The WebJob can perform any function you… Read more

New Year Updates to ASP.NET WebHooks Preview

We just released a new update of ASP.NET WebHooks with a couple of interesting new features on the WebHooks sender side – that is, when you want to send WebHooks to others when some event happens – including: Sending events to all users registered for a particular event. Scaling out and load balancing events using… Read more

Using ASP.NET WebHooks with IFTTT and Zapier to Monitor Twitter and Google Sheets

With the latest drop of ASP.NET WebHooks we have added a generic JSON WebHook receiver, which can be used to receive WebHooks from services like IFTTT and Zapier. Both IFTTT and Zapier provide a huge number of integrations in areas such as productivity, automotive, blogging, CRM, commerce, project management, IoT, social, mobile, collaboration, and much… Read more

Updates to Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview

We just released Beta4 of ASP.NET WebHooks Preview with a nice set of new features based on feedback and help from the community! Always let us know what you think – either by raising a issue on GitHub or pinging me on twitter. You can get the update from nuget.org by looking for the packages… Read more

Receive WebHooks from Azure Alerts and Kudu (Azure Web App Deployment)

The Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks preview is moving forward! We have received two very cool source contributions adding support for Kudu (Azure Web App Deployment) and Bitbucket. There is a sample for Bitbucket, but here we will focus on Kudu as well as Azure Alerts which just announced support for WebHooks. Kudu provides a ton of… Read more

Integrating with Instagram using ASP.NET WebHooks Preview

In the blog Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview, we gave an overview of how to work with Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks. We described how you get out-of-the-box support for a variety of WebHooks providers such as Dropbox, GitHub, MailChimp, PayPal, Slack, Salesforce, Trello, as well as being able to write your own. In this blog we… Read more

Sending WebHooks with ASP.NET WebHooks Preview

In the blog Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview, we gave an overview of how to work with Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks. We mentioned that it is not only possible to receive WebHooks from others but also to add support for sending WebHooks from your Web Application. This blog goes into detail on how to do that…. Read more