Developing and testing WebHooks triggered from a hosted service like Pusher can be tricky. But there are a number of tools that can help you.
Was the WebHook triggered?
The best way to check if a WebHook was actually triggered is to look at the Pusher Debug Console. It will tell you:
- If the WebHook was triggered
- What the HTTP status code was from the WebHook endpoint
There are a few handy tools that you can use to simply capture HTTP requests. These are very useful when working with WebHooks. An example is:
The best solution for allowing WebHooks from Pusher to access your local development server it so use ngrok. It provides you with a public URL that you can set as your WebHook endpoint and proxies the WebHook call to your local development server.
If you find another tool or have any tricks & tips that make developing with WebHooks easier please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or click the "Submit a ticket" button below