The Flowdock API
This is the official documentation for the Flowdock API. If you have any problems or questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting content into Flowdock
Flowdock users expect integrations to work in a particular manner. Content from third party services should be pushed to the team inboxes of selected flows. People in the flow can then comment or act on the content using threads.
To get started with an integration, read Developing Integrations.
Authenticate as a user, send, receive and edit information about flows and messages.
If you're looking to integrate a service with Flowdock, please check out Developing Integrations instead.
Post messages to the chat or team inbox using a flow token, without user authentication.
Listen to messages from flows in real-time.
The API documentation source is available on GitHub. Follow the repository to stay up to date with any changes.