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If you want to make API calls and not disclose the credentials, you should make this calls on the server side.
So you need to have your own server with all the code related to the REST API calls. At the moment, there is no option to make calls directly from Caspio.
The only exception is making calls using JS but it opens your credentials, which is unacceptable.

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Hello! Caspio releases another new enhancement to the WebHooks feature, refer below: 

Caspio Webhooks allows your applications to communicate with third-party systems in real time when changes to data occur. 
In this release, we introduced the following updates:

  • In non-HIPAA/Compliance accounts, webhooks logs now show the information sent and received.
  • All accounts, including HIPAA/Compliance, now can:
    • Send webhooks based on table events initiated by triggered actions and tasks.
    • Configure webhooks for tables with triggered actions enabled for the same event as the webhook. 
  • A single REST API call can be used to activate or deactivate all events for a selected webhook.

Source: https://howto.caspio.com/release-notes/caspio-47-0/#:~:text=Enhancements to Caspio Webhooks

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Hello! Caspio releases another new enhancement to the WebHooks feature, refer below: 

Caspio Webhooks allows your applications to communicate with third-party systems in real-time when data changes occur.

The system now supports configuring multiple webhook events of the same type per table — whether for inserts, updates, or deletions. This enhancement removes the previous limitation where only one webhook event per action type could be set up for any table.

Source: https://howto.caspio.com/release-notes/caspio-49-0/#:~:text=Enhancements to Caspio Webhooks

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