While this indeed seems like a traditional webhook, it is a little different in that it is not just a notification that something happened, but actually a two-way communication channel, where we actually expect something more than just a 200 response. I’m curious, have you seen something like this before? We spent a lot of time looking at previous webhook implementations, and every one that we found was used just as a channel to notify the developer of an event occurring, and never as a two way communication channel. Do you have any thoughts on a reason this hasn’t been done before?
Thanks for your time, and I really look forward to hearing your thoughts on this!Jamie Karraker
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