I recently stumbled across a tweet by Melvin Davis on Twitter where he mentioned a simple tool that he had created using Go that instantly sends a Slack invite when an email is entered. This allows us to make a public slack community that anyone can join.
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Check-out the auto invite sender to join #slack written in #Golang https://t.co/fwcurIsZ3w This tool is extremely helpful when you maintain an community slack channel— Melvin Davis (@melvinodsa) January 2, 2019
In my previous post I wrote a guide on how to post a simple Slack message using a bot with PHP. Now we will do the same thing but instead with Go. I have also decided to send a json request instead of a form-url encoded request like we did with PHP. There are some differences, let’s take a look.
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I have done a lot of work with slack bots in the past both professionally and in my spare time. In the past I build a plugin for WHMCS called WHMCS Slack which was originally a paid addon but is now open source and available for free on Github. This post is a first part in a series of posts i would like to write about both Go and PHP and how we can use these programming languages to create useful bots for Slack.
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It’s possible to create bots for your Slack channels and workspaces via custom integrations. First you will need to create a bot for your Slack workspace. To do this you need permissions to add a custom configuration. Simply go to your workspace url and add admin at the end as shown in the picture
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