The GitLab Webhooks API allows clients to configure webhooks that will listen for specific events like pushes, issues or merge requests etc. It provides a way to trigger a URL if a new event is pushed or a new issue is created, and GitLab will send a POST request with data to the webhook URL. This API provides access to notifications for; Issues events, Comment events, Merge request events and more. The GitLab open source platform is a DevOps lifecycle application, to collaborate on code and coding projects.
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07-05-19 14:09:14[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Windows Defender ATP, Chooch, GitLab, DigitalPour updated with Related API GitLab Webhooks