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A webhook is an API concept that allows you to get real-time HTTP notifications when certain events happen on a web server. Essentially, it is the way applications send information to one another based on user-defined triggers. While webhooks can be used for a variety of purposes, they're commonly used to automate tasks that would otherwise require manual intervention.
An application programming interface (API) is an interface that allows one piece of software to interact with another. It is a set of rules and protocols that determine how information is exchanged between different software components. An API can be used to allow two pieces of software to share data, or to allow one piece of software to access the functionality of another. APIs are often used to allow third-party developers to create applications that can work with existing software platforms.