slack-go-demo-socketmode

Demo the use of Socket Mode to build SlackBots in Golang (by xNok)

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  • Handler and Middleware design pattern in Golang
    dev.to | 2021-05-12
    You can also directly clone my repository to try it beforehand. This repository contains a SlackBot demo that uses this design pattern. The specific example for this article is in examples/middleware.
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    dev.to | 2021-05-03
    In my tutorial series Slackbot in Golang with Socket Mode, I have used this method in all my Views in combination with go markup language. In this section, I will be demonstrating how to manage a greeting message designed with Block-kit. I will only focus on the View part of the application, ignoring the implementation of Model and Controller along. Nevertheless, feel free to peak at them in my git repository; Also, I am writing a set of articles covering those details.