Getting Started

Webhooks are a useful tool for apps that want to stay in sync with our system or execute code after a specific event occurs on the system, for example, when a message is recieved or when a new payment was recorded.

To create a webhook, you register both an HTTP endpoint on your app as a webhook receiver and an event that triggers a request to that endpoint. We send you a JSON payload when your selected event occurs, with a copy of the relevant object.

Webhooks serve as a method for inTadem to inform other systems about real-time events. By utilizing these webhooks, inTadem can promptly notify other systems when an event takes place, simultaneously providing details about the event and its associated object.

Webhooks are particularly useful for integrating different systems or for automating workflows. They are commonly used in cases where real-time updates are crucial, such as in payment gateways, changes to the business, and messaging channels.