Last year, we released a set of new webhooks to make integration with Bitbucket Cloud easier and more powerful. The response has been overwhelming. We recently added new troubleshooting tools to better support all of you developing integrations using Bitbucket webhooks.
Request details page
We’ve added a “View details” link next to each webhook request on the log table. The new “Request details” page includes a lot of useful information about the webhook request and response, including headers, bodies, and other specifics that will help you debug.
Resend request button
While developing or testing an integration, sometimes you need to trigger the same webhook multiple times while you make code changes between each request. This can be very time-consuming, slowing down your development speed. To alleviate this, we’ve included a “Resend request” button on the “Request details” page. Now you can just click once to resend the original request manually – no need to go through the steps to trigger the hook again. And if a request has been resent several times, each try will split into its own tab for easy reference.
Also, the request list view now displays an icon to indicate when a request has been attempted multiple times:
We hope these improvements will enhance your webhook development experience! If you’re new to Bitbucket webhooks, you can configure them in your repository settings. Are you inspired to build new, exciting integrations? Clone our webhook-listener demo project to quickly get started with Bitbucket webhooks.