A Ruby and command-line client for the Slack Web, Real Time Messaging and Event APIs. (by slack-ruby)

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  • Clojure needs a Rails, but not for the reason you think
    24 projects | | 30 Jul 2022
    Ah, I'm surprised Slack doesn't support Ruby, but to be fair they are pretty tight on official support with only Python, Node and Java.

    Fortunately there's, but it's not official. Although it seems to be a good example of a community driven library coming together. I haven't used it personally (I never interfaced with Slack in a Ruby app) but at a glance it looks like it has really good docs, a decent amount of contributors, well maintained, etc.. If I were building some Rails app that used Slack I'd likely reach for this and not feel bad about it.

    Kind of a bummer on the other 2 tho. Thankfully I wouldn't be building too many apps using those tools, but I get the point you're saying. In the grand scheme of things I think this also shows at how much more popular Python is than Ruby.

  • Any examples of good gem wrappers around external APIs?
    8 projects | /r/ruby | 20 Apr 2021
    Slack's Ruby client works well and is well organized:


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