Webhooks

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Our webhooks only returns successful, non-vote transactions.

Getting Started

To get things started, hop over to https://portal.solana.fm and log in using a web3 wallet.


The above video walks through the process of subscribing to a webhook on the DevPortal, listening to the OpenBookV2 program.

Sample code used to create an endpoint locally on the port 3000:

const fastify = require("fastify")();

// Define a POST route for the webhook endpoint
fastify.post("/", (req, reply) => {
  // Assuming JSON payload is sent
  const payload = req.body;

  // Process the payload here...
  console.log("Received webhook payload:", payload);

  // Send a response
  reply.code(200).send({ message: "Webhook received successfully" });
});

// Start the server
fastify.listen(3000, (err, address) => {
  if (err) {
    console.error(err);
    process.exit(1);
  }
  console.log(`Server listening on ${address}`);
});

After creating this endpoint, a proxy service is used to to spin up a webhook url that proxies the the data from the webhook to your local server.


Sample response data from the webhook:

{
  transaction: {
    transaction: { signatures: [Array], message: [Object] },
    meta: {
      err: null,
      status: [Object],
      fee: 8530,
      preBalances: [Array],
      postBalances: [Array],
      innerInstructions: [Array],
      logMessages: [Array],
      preTokenBalances: [Array],
      postTokenBalances: [Array],
      rewards: null,
      computeUnitsConsumed: 188464
    },
    version: 0
  },
  events: {},
  network: 'mainnet',
  block_time: 1716449876
}