In this post I describe how to test GitHub webhooks locally using SSH and localhost.run, a free service for HTTP tunnelling. Using SSH and localhost.run to test GitHub webhooks locally. GitHub webhooks provide a way to receive notifications when an action is performed against your GitHub repository.
In this post I describe how to test GitHub webHooks locally using SSH and https://localhost.run/ , a service that can be used to create a public endpoint that tunnels to a website running locally.
GitHub webhooks provide a way to receive notifications when an action is performed against your GitHub repository. Typical events include, a Pull Request was opened, an issue was raised, or a commit was pushed. When the event occurs, GitHub calls a configured URL with JSON describing the event.
You can create a GitHub webhook by navigating to the Settings page in your GitHub repository and clicking "Add webhook":
After clicking "Add webook" you are shown the following screen. This lets you enter the URL that will receive the webhook payload, the format of the payload, as well as which events you want to get notifications for:
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