The GitHub Repository Webhooks API allows developers to integrate the GitHub Webhooks service into their applications, enabling repository admins to manage the post-receive hooks for a repository. GitHub is one of the software providers that specialize in a wide range of application development.
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28-03-17 14:32:43[Analysis] What is a Webhooks, Push-Styled API and How Does It Work? updated with Related API GitHub Repository Webhooks