The Events API allows developers to build applications that respond to activities in Slack. User and bot based event subscriptions can be received in JSON format. Once event types are specified, Slack will provide a stream of data with this RESTful API. This API uses OAuth 2.0 for authentication; developers need to register their applications to obtain a Client ID and Client Secret for response procedures.
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13-09-19 23:29:02[SDK] CWilio-SMS PHP SDK by Joey Undis updated with Related API Slack Events Webhooks
28-03-17 14:32:43[Analysis] What is a Webhooks, Push-Styled API and How Does It Work? updated with Related API Slack Events Webhooks
19-03-17 21:14:55[SDK] Slack Events PHP SDK by Jarrad Littleford updated with Related API Slack Events Webhooks
23-08-16 15:56:54[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Slack Events Webhooks, PlanGrid, Restpack, VictorOps, Aquaplot updated with Related API Slack Events Webhooks