Webhooks usage

Boostn can be integrated with your own application or with any other third-party service by using webhooks. For more information on how to connect a webhook, check the Integrations guide.

Once the webhook is connected, Boostn will send a POST request whenever a submit occurs on any booster that includes a form.

Specifically, the webhook endpoint will receive a JSON containing the data entered by the user along with the booster's unique id and name.

Here's a sample payload:


{
  "booster_uid": "1234a5",
  "booster_name": "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! Booster",
  "data": {
    "name": "Rick D. Sanchez",
    "email": "rick@example.com"
  }
}