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New application

  1. Visible name for your application.

  2. Description of the application.

  3. Instructions for setting up the integration using Markdown. Drag and drop images to include them. This will be displayed in the default source creation UI provided by Flowdock. If you use your own setup UI, instruct the users there

  4. A shortcut application requires just the source token to be set in the external service. The alternative is to use an OAuth application which allows better configuration of the integration.

  5. The OAuth 2.0 redirect URI of your application. The end user is redirected to this URI after allowing or denying access for your application. This should be an endpoint in your application. For testing purposes, you can use "urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oob".

  6. The setup endpoint of your app. The user will be redirected to this address when she attempts to set up the integration in Flowdock. Occurrences of "{flow_id}" and "{flow_url}" will be replaced with actual values.

  7. An optional configuration URI for your app to allow users to edit existing integrations that they have created. Like for the setup url occurrences of "{flow_id}" and "{flow_url}" will be replaced with actual values. In addition occurrences of "{source_id}" and "{source_url}"will be replaced with the actual values of the source being edited.

  8. 128x128px transparent PNG. The icon will be shown in the inbox messages you post from your application, as well as the filters list in Flowdock.

  9. 440x168px transparent PNG. For promotional purposes. Only required if you want to publish this app.

  10. 1024x1024px transparent PNG. Optional, used for promotional purposes.