To receive a webhook event, you must create an unauthenticated POST endpoint on your application to receive the events.

For example, when an event occurs, we will send the event object as JSON in the request body of the POST request.

Below is an example of webhook implementation code for Javascript or Node.Js:

// Webhook Node.Js Implementaion
const secret = process.env.BRIDGE_WEBHOOK_SK;

function verifyWebhook(req, res, next) {
  if (req.headers["bridge-webhook-secret"] !== secret) {
    console.log("Unauthorized request.");
    return res.status(401).json({
      message: "Unauthorized request.",
}"/webhook", verifyWebhook, (req, res) => {
  const webhook = req.body;

  return res.sendStatus(200);