Webhook tester is an awesome tool to use while developing with webhooks.

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Edvins Antonovs
Edvins Antonovs@edvins_antonovs · maker • husband • father
Logo looks like a spinner
Stefan Wirth
Stefan Wirth@nafetswirth · CTO by day, maker by night.
@edvins_antonovs Webhook Tester takes your webhooks for a spin ;)
Jan Harold Diaz
Jan Harold Diaz@janharolddiaz · Interaction Designer and Front-end Dev
@edvins_antonovs Same initial reaction. Fidget spinner haha
Arturo Ojeda
Arturo Ojeda@deleted-1469890
What are the main differences between this and RequestBin?
Ashish Kumar
Ashish Kumar@ashfame · Maker of things!
Just tried it out myself: 1) No reloads required. New hit on webhooks show up in real time. Must be using websockets. 2) Easier to use as it isn't a huge page to browse when you are repeatedly testing it. Click on the particular request on the sidebar to view
Chirag Patel
Chirag Patel@patelc75 · Apploi
@arturo_ojeda Prefer this over requestb.in because the history is on the left pane and the results don't seem to expire in 48 hours like requestb.in
Lukas Rosenstock
Lukas Rosenstock@lukasrosenstock
A great replacement for the defunct requestb.in!