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HTTP HTTP - hyper text transfer protocol, a way to transfer website data via Internet.

HTTP - hyper text transfer protocol, a way to transfer website data via Internet. At first, was created for transfer of HTML documents, now most of website data (audio, video, images etc.) is downloaded through this protocol. HTTP has several methods - to check a website, to get the data from the server, and to upload some information from client to the site. More about them you may find in this article. HTTP has its secure version - HTTPS

This protocol is used by clients to review web pages. Thus, to check a website, we should use it too. Website monitoring services, like HostTracker, perform HTTP checks to make sure that the site is operating well.

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Integrating Slack with HostTracker: How to set up your account

Integration with Slack lets you receive alerts from HostTracker in your Slack channels.

  1. Sign up at slack.com
  2. Being signed in into slack, visit this page: https://my.slack.com/apps/A0F7XDUAZ-incoming-webhooks and click “add configuration”.

    3.  Select channel (in this case - general) and click “add Incoming WebHooks integraion”:

    4.  On the next screen, you’ll see the URL that is required for HostTracker contact setup. You can also read about additional settings here:

    5.  Now visit www.host-tracker.com, sign in and click “Add contact -> Slack”, insert the URL from the previous section here:

    6.  For basic setup, do not change other fields, default values should work. Save the contact and assign notifications for it: https://www.host-tracker.com/Subscription/Alerts

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