For this quick session we will use Glitch.com – a platform that allows everyone to build something for the web. The basic project will be taken from https://github.com/tyntec/webhook-starter – our public Github repository.
Before we start
Make sure that you already have access to WhatsApp via tyntec. If you don't have access yet, head over to our WhatsApp Business Setup.
Once you’re there, select Clone from Git Repo and choose https://github.com/tyntec/webhook-starter as the basic repository.
In the newly created project, please click now Share. In the menu, select Live App and choose to Copy the URL presented there.
You can now open this URL in a new browser tab and see a minimalistic interface with 2 headlines “Messages” and “Notifications.”
Now, send the URL to tyntec by email so that we can set up the configuration accordingly.
After receiving the confirmation that the webhook was set up, you can start sending messages; and the notifications and user messages will appear on the app.
Hint: you need to reload the page to see updates