- Use Case
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- Demoing your website
- Receiving webhooks on localhost
- Ingress for any Kubernetes environment
- Execute shell scripts on remote machines
- Manipulate webhook request body
- Convert DockerHub webhook to Slack notification
- Enrich webhooks from 3rd party APIs
Receiving webhooks on localhost
While developing and testing 3rd party integrations, it is useful to have an ability to receive webhooks on your localhost.
forward command takes destination and one optional parameter
--bucket which to reuse webhooks:
relay forward --bucket [BUCKET] [DESTINATION]
Once agent is running, you can supply provided public URL (format my.webhookrelay.com/v1/webhooks/unique-id) to your 3rd party services.
More details are available on CLI documentation page.