01-17-2017 03:24 PM - last edited on 01-17-2017 04:33 PM by Michael Holste
Just wanted to announce that SharePoint Webhooks is now Generally Available. First announced in preview in September, Webhooks is now ready for developers to use against production sites.
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. 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. You can find an end-to-end overview and "getting started" with webhooks via our dev.office.com documentation. Look forward to seeing what you all build with these!
-- Mike Ammerlaan, Office Ecosystem Marketing team
01-18-2017 10:27 AM
We’re considering on-prem SP2016 support for webhooks, but don’t have a date for that to share at this point.
02-02-2017 12:57 AM
When would it be able for you to share a date for on-prem SP2016 support?
01-18-2017 06:12 AM
Is there any option to implement webhooks on Office Videos?
Currently in our scenario, we have written an timerjob which has some Office Video Portal API logic to check if any new videos are added to the portal and getting summary of that data on daily basis.
My thought is to have an webhook and notify respective teams when some video is added to the portal. What would be recommended approach for this?
02-08-2017 12:47 PM
Hi Srinivas, sorry for the delay in response. We don't have a dedicated set of webhooks for Office Videos as yet.. we definitely take your feedback that this would be a very useful thing!
02-08-2017 02:24 PM - edited 02-08-2017 02:25 PM
Postman always gives bad request, not sure what wrong I have done in step1 of Adding Azure Application. Can someone help?