We launched the new Flowdock API a couple of days ago. Now, we have released the API documentation source on GitHub. The source consists of Markdown files which are used to render the official docs at www.flowdock.com/api. If you notice any errors in the docs or wish to improve them in any way feel free to issue a pull request.
Yesterday we posted an intro to the streaming API and we’ll continue the write-ups next week, but this Friday we are reserving for celebrations.
Any self-respecting software team needs some side-projects, things to do in times of frustration or while just waiting for tests or deployments to finish. Well, we’ve recently got going a budding hobby in nano-brewing. And today, we get to taste the second result of our brewing: The Flowdock API IPA.
This unfiltered Indian-style pale ale is rich and strong in color, fruity and seducing in odor and has a brisk, tangy taste with a modern aftertaste.
Only a dozen bottles were produced, so a selected few get to enjoy a tasting.
Thanks to everyone who have already started hacking and mashing up things with the API. We love to hear about all the projects.