node-flowdock - Flowdock client/API for node.js

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Flowdock Streaming client for node.js. Listen to messages from Flowdock in real-time and post new messages. Note that Flowdock.Session will emit errors, and if unhandled they will crash your application. If you want to just handle errors in the callbacks, attach an empty error handler to the instance.


buffer-indexof : ^1.0.0
request : ~2.58.0



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