Alerts via HTTP-GET and HTTP-POST
Published: Tuesday, February 24th 2015.
Available for all plans: alerts via HTTP-GET or HTTP-POST. Instead of sending an e-mail or text message you can now configure a HTTP GET or POST request going from our servers to your server when an outage is detected.
You can use this to trigger things like posting a tweet on twitter: "Our server is back online!" or let it communicate with the Internet Of Things in your home or office.
We would like to hear the nice and crazy things you can come up with. The possibilities are endless.
On the nomore404 API documentation page you find more information about the parameters
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