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Webhook Source integration with RudderStack

Send customer event data from Webhook-supported sources to your destinations via RudderStack

RudderStack enables you to add any source that supports a webhook and use it to send events. RudderStack receives the data based on the settings made in the source, creates the payload, and routes it to the specified destination.

By adding Webhook as a source in the RudderStack dashboard, you can:

  • Ingest your customer event data and route it to your preferred destination platforms
  • Automatically send updates to actions configured in the source
  • Transform the event payload into a destination-specific format using RudderStack's User Transformations feature

What you can do with Webhooks

Enable real-time communication between the client application and the server

Facilitate integrating different applications or third-party APIs

Avoid constant polling from the client-side application

How to set up the Webhook source Integration

It's easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up a Webhook Source in RudderStack in minutes.



How can we help you?

What is the difference between API and webhook?

For most APIs, there is a request followed by a response. No request is required for a webhook, and it sends the data when it's available.

What is a webhook, and how does it work?

Webhooks, also called HTTP push APIs, enable apps to provide other applications with real-time information. They have a message (or payload) sent to a unique URL (the app's phone number or address). To use a webhook, you need to register a URL with the company providing the service. The URL is a location within your application that accepts data and works with it.

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