📄️ Why Webhooks as a Service?
You might think, I have an amazing engineering team.
📄️ Webhook vs. Websocket - What's the difference?
Webhooks and websockets are two different types of communication protocols. They each have their
📄️ Webhooks vs API Polling
As APIs become more widespread, developers are now looking to receive real-time event data from their
📄️ Webhooks vs. Kafka
As APIs become more widespread, developers are now looking to receive real-time event data from their API providers. The most common solution for this is webhoks, though this can also be achieved using Kafka. Which one should you use? It depends.
📄️ Webhook vs Message Queue
A webhook and a message queue are both ways of transmitting data from one application to another, but they work in different ways and are best suited for different use cases.
📄️ Webhook vs PubSub
Webhooks and PubSub are both mechanisms for sending and receiving messages in an event-driven architecture. While they share some similarities, there are also some key differences between the two that make them well-suited for different use cases.
📄️ Webhook vs Callback
Webhooks and callbacks are both useful ways of executing event driven functions. However, they are separate concepts and applied in many different scenarios.
📄️ Websocket vs WebRTC
Today, we're covering two technologies that have transformed the way we build real-time applications on the web: WebSocket and WebRTC.
📄️ Pubsub vs Message Queue
Lets chat about two popular patterns for asynchronous communication in distributed systems: publish-subscribe (pub/sub) and message queues.