WebHooks are a way to get device-independent notifications to your server whenever a transaction is processed through iOS or Android apps.
While the user's device (App) receives a response from the server directly as well, the webhook ensures that your back-end also receives the same response.
To ensure that your backend gets informed about each transaction, you can register so-called WebHooks on our platform.
The WebHook is a URL that we associate with your Application Identifier that our system pings after executing a transaction. The URL you specify as your WebHook will be called each time one of your transactions is processed on our platform.
A HTTP POST event is fired once the transaction is successfully captured or debited or if either a Preauthorization, Capture, or Debit transaction fails.
Complete documentation and explanation of WebHooks is available here: