SharePoint Web Hooks reference implementation
This SharePoint PnP reference implementation shows how you can you can make use of web hooks in your applications. The web hooks are implemented in an enterprise ready manner using various Azure components such as Azure Web Jobs, Azure SQL Server and Azure Storage Queues for asynchronous web job notification handling. If you want learn more about web hooks then you can continue reading but do know that we've also recorded a web cast which is available from the SharePoint PnP YouTube Channel.
- Office 365 Multi Tenant (MT).
Microsoft Azure is used to host the various components needed to implement Azure Web Hooks.
|SharePoint.WebHooks||Bert Jansen (Microsoft)|
|1.0||August 11th 2016||Initial release|
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Deploying this sample reference implementation
This sample application will show you how to manage webhooks, specifically managing webhooks for a SharePoint list. It also contains a reference implementation of a webhook service endpoint which you can reuse in your webhook projects.
Deploying this sample requires you to setup some Azure components which are described in depth in our [deployment guide](Deployment guide.md). The deployment guide shows you how to use a Web API function as webhook service, but if you're more interested in use Azure functions then checkout the [Azure Functions guide](azure functions guide.md) for more details.
Want to learn more about this sample
This sample is part of the reference implementation walkthrough and as such we would like to point you to our official documentation to learn more about this sample.