SharePoint Webhooks are Generally Available, which means developers can now use them against production sites.
In the announcement from Microsoft, Mike Ammerlaan of the Office Ecosystem team said, “Webhooks are based on industry standard patterns around how services fire notifications that developers can intercept and react to. In particular, within SharePoint we’ve added support for webhooks against SharePoint list data, including events like Item Added, Updated, and Deleted.”
He continued, “A developer could then choose to kick off a process, or programmatically update a document, or fire off a tailored notification to users using information you can get from webhooks.”
Read the announcement in full via the Microsoft Tech Community website.
Source: Microsoft Tech Community