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Announcement: WebHooks

ProjectLocker Git hosting and Subversion hosting just got a welcome improvement: WebHooks . Simply put, WebHooks are a way for ProjectLocker to notify one of your Web services whenever a commit (Subversion) or push (Git) occurs for your repository. The notification happens via HTTP POST, and the parameters provide relevant information about the commit/push. You can use WebHooks for a variety of purposes, including tasks such continuous integration or team notification. Details on the message format can be found in the ProjectLocker FAQ.

WebHooks are available immediately for all paid accounts.

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Damon Young is Director of Sales at ProjectLocker.com. ProjectLocker was founded in 2003 to provide on-demand tools for software developers. Guided by the simple mission of helping companies build better software, ProjectLocker's services have expanded to include services for the complete lifecycle of software projects, from requirements documentation to build and test automation. ProjectLocker serves companies from startups to Fortune 1000 multinationals.