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Learn to set up, test, and secure webhooks to integrate with GitHub.
Learn the basics of how webhooks work to help you build and set up integrations.
Learn to build a webhook, choosing the events your webhook will listen for on GitHub and how to set up a server to receive and manage the webhook payload.
Configuring your server to receive payloads
Learn to set up a server to manage incoming webhook payloads.
Review your webhook deliveries on GitHub, including the HTTP Request and payload as well as the response.
Securing your webhooks
Ensure your server is only receiving the expected GitHub requests for security reasons.
Webhook events and payloads
For each webhook event, you can review when the event occurs, an example payload, and descriptions about the payload object parameters.