What are Webhooks?

Webhooks are automated messages sent from apps when something happens. In the context of Argil, webhooks allow you to receive real-time notifications about various events occurring within your environment, such as video generation successes or failures.

How Webhooks Work

Webhooks in Argil send a POST request to your specified callback URL whenever subscribed events occur. This enables your applications to respond immediately to events within Argil as they happen.

Available Events for subscription

A single webhook can subscribe to multiple events.

Managing Webhooks via API

You can manage your webhooks entirely through API calls, which allows you to programmatically list, register, edit, and unregister webhooks. Below are the primary actions you can perform with our API:

Argil’s Webhook Specificities

Filtering System

Argil’s webhooks can be tailored with filters to trigger only under specific conditions. This functionality allows you to manage when and how your services are notified about events, minimizing unnecessary communications and focusing on relevant data. Filters can be applied based on various attributes of the events, such as:

Filters ensure that your systems only receive webhooks when predefined conditions are met, making the integration both efficient and effective.