Convoy v0.6 was a major upgrade from our previous release. We added our most requested features - webhooks ingress, and a number of other interesting features. :) In this post, we share what these updates were, and what you should expect from us in Convoy v0.7...
Data Migrations in MongoDB using Golang
When reproducible upgrades and downgrades are a requirement, it is not straightforward how to achive this in MongoDB using Golang. In this article, we describe the problem in detail, and how we solved it.
Publish an event to multiple endpoints using convoy
One common scenario in publishing webhook events is enabling users to provide multiple endpoints to receive events. One easy example is publishing an event that the user needs to process at more than one location. This location could be a no-code..
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We raised $437k in pre-seed funding to build Convoy
The pre-seed round, led by Rally Cap Ventures, also saw participation from Musha Ventures, Future Africa, Eric Idiahi, Aidi Ventures, Tomiwa Lasebikan, Prosper Otemuyiwa, Odunayo Eweniyi, Timi Ajiboye, Opeyemi Awoyemi, and several other angels
Understanding the Convoy UI
One of the major issues and problems of webhook over the years has been the ability to monitor and understand the state of your webhooks service at any time, and that’s a major part of what we’re solving with Convoy as opposed to waiting for users to report failures before you..
After weeks of work, I'm pleased to announce our new tool — built to send webhooks efficiently. While building out our initial API on third-party monitoring, every user we spoke to wanted asynchronous events — "Do you provide webhooks to notify us about downtime?". We...
Introducing Convoy App Portal
One of the essential characteristics of a reliable webhooks infrastructure is visibility. We're enabling you to extend that visibility to your customers. Unlike the Convoy Dashboard, App Portal is for just one application; giving your customers a good and extensive..