What is a webhook?
A webhook is just an HTTP request sent by one server to another when an event happens. Think of it as a digital representation of a real-world event. You can set up webhooks for github repositories, dockerhub builds, changes to domain names, or anything else you can imagine.
What is a webhook server?
A webhook server is just a fancy name for an HTTP server that can accept webhooks from other servers. A webhook server is set up with various endpoints for various webhooks, and it can fire off other webhooks, run programs, or create data.
What is Captain Hook?
Captain Hook is a webhook server running on Python's Flask library. Flask is used to create endpoints for different services like git.charlesreid1.com or Github.com.
Where can I find Captain Hook?
Captain Hook is available at git.charlesreid1.com/bots/b-captain-hook.
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