We were introduced to Alma's support for webhooks in a previous blog post. Webhooks allow us to respond to events that happen inside of Alma. Initial support was provided for the job end event. A recent Alma version has added a new event for patron
In previous blog entries we’ve been introduced to webhooks in Alma, and we’ve learned how to build and host a webhook listener in the public cloud using the AWS API Gateway and Lambda service. In this article, we will build a webhook listener in C# and
As part of a continuing series on leveraging the public cloud, we present this walk through for hosting an Alma webhook listener using the Amazon Web Services platform. If you're looking for an introduction to webhooks and a basic listener
If you would like to get a feeling of the webhooks being sent from Alma before implementing your own HTTP endpoint you can use https://requestb.in This site allows you to create an endpoint on their site and see a log of all requests sent to it.
Now that Alma supports webhooks, a whole new style of integrating and orchestrating technical tasks is available to developers and system librarians. With webhooks, you can request that Alma make an HTTP callback when a certain event occurs. As Wikipedia