Many of you already know that n8n goes far beyond simple integrations. You can also create a webhook and receive incoming requests. Trigger nodes rely heavily on this approach, for example.
But did you know that when you create enough webhooks in n8n, you can effectively build an API service with it?
Here’s an article where we describe the overall process of creating an API and provide a simple example.
Feel free to post your questions below or share your experience. Was it a smooth sail or you had to hop over hurdles?
This article was written by our fellow contributors Yulia & Eduard.