If you'd like to send a webhook or webhook data to your web apps, Zapier can do that for you. Once the webhook is activated, Zapier will automatically extract the information from the webhook and publishes a Pusher event, which will send the data to your web and mobile apps.
How It Works
- Zapier receives a webhook
- Zapier triggers an event and sends it to your app through Pusher
What You Need
- Pusher account
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Poll a URL and look for new entries.
Publish a new Pusher event.
Within Pusher this is often referred to as "triggering an event" where you trigger an event on a channel. But this terminology is not being used to here as to avoid confusion with Zapier's use of the term "trigger".
Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL.
Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.
Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL. Gives the request body unparsed (max 2 MB) and also includes headers.
Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.
Fire off a custom request by providing raw details. Very flexible but unforgiving.
Fire off a single GET request with optional querystrings.