Minimal go library to relay webhook events back to an arbitrary service. With
the use of a primary HTTP mux router, we are able to register endpoints (e.g.,
/hook) with a corresponding Response function to handle the aggregation of
incoming requests.

First, there is a Hook interface we must satisfy by implementing it’s
functions for later usage.

type Hook interface {
	Response(i interface{}) func(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request)
	LoadConfig(config string) error
	Endpoint() string
	Options() byte
  • Response: Contains the incoming webhook event request data and defines
    how to handle it.
  • LoadConfig: Used for any special configuration that may be used by
    the hook.
  • Endpoint: The endpoint path that events should be sent to.
  • Options: Optional middleware a hook may find useful, such as limiting
    the endpoint to only accept POST methods.

Examples can be found in the examples directory for practical usage
and a better understanding. There is not a great deal behind this, and was more
of a thin-wrapper to use in smaller sized, adhoc projects.


BSD 2-Clause