This blog post explains Slack's Events API, and how to consume it. It illustrates complicated workflows using the Slack platform and guides you towards the creation of a complex Slack app.
If you've been thinking that Slack lacks some features, this is the guide for you. You will learn how to extend Slack's functionalities with your own slash commands.
If you're not satisfied by what Slack offers "out of the box", this handy guide will show you the easiest way to create your own Slack app using the Slack Web API and Webtask.io.
It is not about saying "I don’t have time." What is Unleash? It is a tool for everyone to grab and start working on yourself. It is a method to start achieving all those things you have always kept safe on your bucket list. It is a revolution. Working at X-Team as a Developer Unleasher taught me several things. However, most importantly it opened my eyes to a simple fact: You have a natural ability to find a million excuses in a fractu
For some time now, I have been practicing a very strict way of keeping my local development machine clean and universal. Working as Developer Unleasher for X-Team, I am in a unique position of having to deal with several different programming languages and technologies. Very often, I switch between projects or start new ones. For all those reasons, I like to keep my computer free of any packages or services that are required to run specific proj