Pop-up notifications that appear within your web browser.

Webhooks are user-defined HTTP callbacks.

generic
generic tier-2


Notifications

  • Title
    The title that will be shown within the notification.
    Body
    Text representing an extra content to display within the notification.
    Icon
    The URL of an image to be used as an icon by the notification.
    Sound
    The URL of a sound to play when the notification is displayed.
    URL
    The URL to open if the notification is clicked.
    Sticky
    Whether the notification should be “sticky”, i.e. not close automatically.
  • Send a Notification

    Sends a desktop notification.


Requests

  • URL
    Method
    Content Type
    Headers
    To construct headers, you can iterate over a list from another pipe. If a header and respective value contains newlines, each line in the name and corresponding line in value are treated as a Header: Value pair. For example having a Name “X-One↵X-Two” and a Value “one↵two” will result in two headers: “X-One: One” and “X-Two: two” (↵ stands for a newline, like pressing the enter key).
    Body
    Hint: you can use to_json filter like {{a|to_json}} or {{a.attribute|to_json}} to obtain json representation of an object. You can even combine objects exported from several pipes, like {{ {'trello_card': A, 'salesforce_task': b}|to_json }}.
  • Incoming Request

    You can use ApiRequest.io to make a test request.

  • Make Request

    Makes a HTTP request.

    You can use RequestBin to see what this pipe is sending or to inspect and debug webhook requests.

  • Forward Request

Json Requests

  • Method
    Headers
    Body
    Body JSON
    Origin IP
    URL Params
    Result
    Result Link
  • Request for JSONP

  • JSONP Response