Slack is a tool for managing team communications. Slack brings together all of a team's messages, files, and posts from Twitter, Dropbox, Trello, Google Docs, GitHub, and other services in one place. Once collected, these materials are archived and indexed so that they can all be searched at once. Native applications are available for iOS and Android devices to give users full access to Slack on the go.
Slack comes with an API that allows users to integrate it with other third-party applications. Some out-of-the-box integrations are provided, but the API provides additional functions above and beyond those. With the Slack API, users can upload an image or file, get a channel's history, set a channel's "unread" marker, retrieve lists of files, and search a Slack instance.
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The slack-api is a Haskell Library that works with and provides bindings to the Slack Real Time Messaging API. Authored by Matthew Pickering, users can program their own Slack bots using the functionality found in Web.Slack.
This library Haskell library is for use with the Slack API for team communication management. Use of this library requires an API key from Slack. The library is authored by Diony Rosa, and is offered on hackage.haskell.org, a community for Haskell package authors.