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Webhooks provide real-time callbacks to the server when device events happen in an ecosystem. They are also directly associated with the ecosystem they monitor. Webhooks can be configured through the developer portal or fully managed from the API. Every event that occurs creates a separate webhook. The following event types spawn a webhook. * Get: A device service's property is accessed. * Set: A device service's property is set. * Call: Occurs when a device service method is called. * Changed: Occurs when a device service's property is changed. * Event: Occurs when a device service event spawns. * Error: Occurs when a device encounters an error. “Get,” “Set,” and “Call” types all spawn from an explicit invocation. “Changed,” “Event”, and “Error” types occur automatically. In the future, webhooks will be available when metadata changes or new objects are created. Do not use webhooks for application updates, only for server updates.