How to send slack notifications from Rails app using sidekiq

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  • Sidekiq

    Simple, efficient background processing for Ruby

  • Sidekiq is a background job processor for Ruby applications, which is useful for running time-consuming tasks without blocking the main thread. To install Sidekiq, add it to your Gemfile:

  • Scout Monitoring

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  • Slack Notifier

    A simple wrapper for posting to slack channels

  • Here I have made this library to make slack notifier easy with fewer configurable options. You can see the docs at https://github.com/slack-notifier/slack-notifierto see more options this gem provides.

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