Introduction

Webhooks allow D2C to take automatic actions when external events happen (push, build, release, etc). When someone sends a request using a link, the system executes selected actions. It’s a feature for Pro accounts.

More information about webhooks and how to use them in GitHub, Gitlab and BitBucket documentations.

Actions

Action Definition
Restart Restarts a service
Update sources Updating sources without deleting old files and updating local dependencies
Update local dependencies Updating sources with updating local dependencies and preparing code to work (examples: gulp build, npm install, composer install)
Update global dependencies Updating global dependencies (examples: apt-get install, pip install )
Update service version Updating global dependencies and the latest minor version or patch of a service

Key

A webhook key contains 64 symbols and generates automatically. You can generate a new one, but the previous will not work after that.

How it works

Screenshots

Webhooks