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Webhook widget

Hi all,
Is the Webhook functionality available in V2? I couldn’t see a widget but not sure if it is located somewhere else.

Cheers
Steve

Hello. Yes. Webhooks were moved to the web. No widget required anymore - Webhooks - Blynk Documentation

Thanks Dmitriy. I can’t see the developers section in the settings menu. Is this a subscription plan related issue?

Cheers
Steve

Looks like yes. We’ll check with @Pavel

@Dmitriy I think @steve1 means sending webhook from hardware based on some condition. Because webhooks we have are for organizations.

@Pavel we can extend existing webhooke with “device trigger”.

Hi @Pavel and @Dmitriy,
I think @Pavel has it. I am looking for the equivalent of the webhook widget in Blynk V1. I use it to import weather text file and parse json weather conditions on Openweather.

Cheers
Steve

Webhooks can do that. WE just need to extend it with additional trigger that right now is not supported.

I use Openweather, but I don’t use webhook widget

void forecast() {
  WiFiClient client;
  HTTPClient http;  //Declare an object of class HTTPClient

  http.begin(client, "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?id=yourID&units=metric&lang=fr");  //Specify request destination
  int httpCode = http.GET();     //Send the request

  if (httpCode > 0) { //Check the returning code
    payload = http.getString();   //Get the request response payload
  }
  http.end();   //Close connection
  JsonRequest(); //call Json
}
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@PeteKnight
I also Face the same Issue

Same here. I use webhooks to send/PUT to and receive/GET from IFTTT.
I cannot see webhooks options / permission under Settings, haven’t yet been able to figure this one out.
All help/doc welcome.

Thanks!

You need to wait for Blynk to add the functionality, as @Dmitriy said.

Pete.