Sprint.ly offers a number of outbound integrations with other services. One of which are webhooks, which are user defined callbacks over HTTP. In other words, Sprint.ly will send a JSON payload via POST to URLs that you specify in your product settings.
Sprint.ly sends a JSON body as the raw POST body. In other words, it does not send a
application/x-www-form-urlencoded with a JSON payload as one of the keys, rather it sends a
application/json where the POST data is the JSON payload.
All of the payloads include three attributes:
productA dictionary with information about the product in which the payload comes from.
modelWhat type of payload the data contains. Will be one of
attributesThe individual data attributes of the given
Sprint.ly currently sends an outbound call to your callback whenever a new item is created, someone indicates they are blocked on an item, when someone favorites an item, and when a new comment is added to an item.
NOTE: Sprint.ly only makes a call to your callback URL when a new object is created. We will not send calls on updates or deletes.