Detect When a Website Changes With Visualping

Webhooks to know when something changes that you care about

Mahdhi Rezvi
Jan 23 · 3 min read
Photo by Luca Bravo on Unsplash

There have been days where I visit a website very often to see the latest movies added. I always check whether there have been any new additions.

One day, I decided to use Visualping to automate this whole process. The best part is that this requires very little or no coding knowledge at all.


What Is Visualping?

This is an automated website change detection monitoring tool. You simply enter the website to monitor, select the area to keep track of, and are notified when there is a change in the selected area.

There are three options for detecting changes.


Notifications

When a change is detected, you are notified via email. In addition to this, you are able to integrate notifications directly into:


Use Cases

The messages received from my telegram bot

Conclusion

This powerful tool can be used as a fun starter project as well as a complex business tool. There are several more use cases that I have not mentioned above.

You can visit the official Visualping website to know more. Although this might sound new to someone, it is already being used by a lot of people and they do find it helpful.

Never be afraid to try something new!

Happy learning!


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Mahdhi Rezvi

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http://bit.ly/31DaMkc — Writer at JSIPE, Better Programming & Level Up Coding❤️ Undergrad at UOM ❤️

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