node hook action
Provide a simple Express Node application that listen for incoming queries (Webhooks). A flat json config file define shell action to do on incoming queries.
- github webhooks,
- header value condition,
- json payload value condition.
Inspired by RazvanCristian/node-git-webhook
How to use ?
- create a sample webhook configuration file. Like config.json
- install node-hook-action as dependency
npm install node-hook-action
- run the server.
node -e 'require("node-hook-action")()'
- try the client in another console !
# if you didn't clone the repository, simply copy examples/ scripts ./examples/webhookPostExample.sh
JSON config file content
server_config: Hook Express server config
server_config.path: Webhook path
server_config.secret: which kind of secret does your webhook queries are using ? at least one secret must be filled.
server_config.secret.github: to set when using github webhooks. Set github webhook secret value here.
server_config.secret.custom: to match a simple post
server_config.directories.logs: logs directory (optional): to set if you would like to log into a dedicated directory in addition to console logs.
actions: setup one or more actions or conditional actions to do on webhook reception.
actions.headers: action headers (key/value) condition.
actions.payload: action payload condition. The key is a valid json path. The value is an expected string at json path location in webhook JSON payload.
actions.events: per event action(s).
actions.events.event: (github use case) value of
x-github-eventheader. (custom use case) set to
actions.events.action: shell command to execute.
actions.events.action.async=true: shell async command to execute.
There is a ready to use config.json at root directory, that match related examples, and tests.
How to contribute
You're not a dev ? just submit an issue (bug, improvements, questions). Or else:
- Clone or play with codesandbox
- Manual tests
npm start # or # ./bin/www # then play samples ./examples/xxxx.sh
- Mocha tests
npm run test
- you could also fork, feature branch, then submit a pull request.
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