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Working with webhooks is painful because you need:

  • To trigger the webhook
  • To convey the webhook to your dev environment

Open webhooks gives you a public URL that stores a webhook for as long as you want.

You'll never have to configure a new temporary ngrok url. Whenever a webhook is received, anyone from your team can analyze and replay this webhook.

Self hosted VS free store

Free webhook store

If you are a github user, you can go on your personnal store "*".

Otherwise, you can use any * subdomain, but it is public. For instance

Self hosted webhook store

Or you can follow documentation for self hosting. OpenWebhook supports: