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With, you instantly get a unique, random URL and e-mail address. Everything that's sent to these addresses are shown instantly. With this, you can test and debug Webhooks and HTTP requests, as well as create your own workflows using the Custom Actions graphical editor or WebhookScript, a simple scripting language, to transform, validate and process HTTP requests in a variety of ways – without setting up and maintaining your own infrastructure.

What are customers using for?

  • Receive Webhooks without needing an internet-facing Web server
  • Use as an intermediary, proxying requests and being able to see what was sent in the past
  • Send Webhooks to a server that's behind a firewall or private subnet
  • Transforming Webhooks into other formats, and re-sending them to different systems
  • Connect different APIs that aren't compatible
  • Building contact forms that send emails
  • Instantly build APIs without needing infrastructure

The following video is a quick demo of Custom Actions is used to set up a workflow to post updates from a news page to an X/Twitter account automatically.

Company information is operated by Webhook ApS (VAT ID: DK41561718).

Address: Damhusvej 95, 3 tv, 5000 Odense, Denmark.

Founded and built by Simon Fredsted (@fredsted).

Contact information.


  • The app was built with Laravel for the API.
  • Angular.js is used for the frontend SPA.
  • WebhookScript is based on Primi Copyright (c) Přemysl Karbula.
  • The WebhookScript editor is using the Ace editor plugin.
  • JSONPath extraction provided by FlowCommunications.
  • This documentation site uses MkDocs with the Material theme.
  • Docs hosted by Github. Pull requests are appreciated!

Last update: April 9, 2024 10:35:29