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Webhook Registry

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A wrapper for spatie/laravel-webhook-server that provides a simple & flexible webhook registry, allows you to expose any Laravel Event as a webhook, and provides out-of-the-box logging of webhook results.


Install via composer

composer require custom-d/webhook-registry

Publish Configuration File

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="CustomD\WebhookRegistry\ServiceProvider" --tag="config"


1. Trigger registered webhooks via events

Implement the CustomD\WebhookRegistry\Contracts\ShouldDeliverWebhooks contract on any Laravel Event, and you'll be able to register webhooks that will be fired on this event.

This contract defines several methods that need to be defined on your event, which will help provide the payload details.

Method Purpose
getWebhookPayload Returns the payload to send to the Spatie Webhook call. Useful if you want to completely override the payload.
getWebhookContext Returns the payload context field. Useful if you want to set a different property. Defaults to returning the ->context property from the event. If this property is Arrayable, we'll call ->toArray(). You can overload this method on your event if you want to customise this behaviour.
getWebhookEventName Returns the event name you want to expose in the payload. Useful for endpoints who recieve multiple different types of event to determine how to handle calls. By default, this is the value of the ->webhookEventName property from the event, otherwise we fall back to the event class name.
shouldDeliverWebhook Whether to deliver webhooks for this event. Defaults to true.

Your payload must define a body, but can also define tags and meta information for passing to Spatie\WebhookServer\WebhookCall.

     * Get the payload for this webhook event
    public function getWebhookPayload(): array
        return [
            'body' => [
                'status' => $this->status,

2. Register webooks

Create webhook endpoints direction using the CustomD\WebhookRegistry\Models\WebhookEndpoint model, or use the facade WebhookRegistry::registerEndpoint.

$endpoint = WebhookRegistry::registerEndpoint(
  'My webhook endpoint name'

By default, we'll verify SSL certificates on outgoing webhook connections. If you want to disable SSL verification, you can pass false to the registerEndpoint function.

$endpoint = WebhookRegistry::registerEndpoint(
  'My insecure endpoint',

3. Bind events to an endpoint

Associate a webhook event to an endpoint with the CustomD\WebhookRegistry\Model\WebhookEvent model, or using the facade WebhookRegistry::registerEvent.

$event = WebhookRegistry::registerEvent($webhook->id, 'App\Events\MyEvent');


Customise the WebhookEvent model in order to add logic about when events should fire. In config/webhook-registry.php you will see the model name being used in models -> events. You can make your own model by implementing the CustomD\WebhookRegistry\Models\Contracts\WebhookEventContract.

To specify which events are dispatchable in a given run, you must set a scopeWhereDispatchable on the model. This scope will be called before firing webhooks to endpoints with this event.

By default this scope doesn't do anything.


If you discover any security related issues, please email instead of using the issue tracker.


This package is bootstrapped with the help of melihovv/laravel-package-generator.


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