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Rocket.Chat - Have your own Slack like online chat, built with Meteor.

  •    Javascript

Join thousands of members worldwide 24/7 in our community server. for help from our community with general Rocket.Chat questions.

Rocket.Chat.iOS - Rocket.Chat Native iOS Application

  •    Swift

Github Issues are used to track todos, bugs, feature requests, and more. Also check the community on open.rocket.chat. We'd like to help.

matterbridge - bridge between mattermost, IRC, gitter, xmpp, slack, discord, telegram, rocket

  •    Go

A simple chat bridge Letting people be where they want to be. Bridges between a growing number of protocols. Click below to demo. Gitter | IRC | Discord | Matrix | Slack | Mattermost | XMPP | Twitch | Zulip | And more...

hubot-rocketchat - Rocket.Chat Hubot adapter

  •    Javascript

Feel free to join us in the #hubot channel to discuss hubot, and any scripts you might be working on. v1.x.x versions of the adapter is only compatible with 0.37.1 and higher of Rocket.Chat Server. Yes, you should be able to continue using v1.x.x adapter and CoffeeScript bots with the most up-to-date version of the server.

pingme - PingMe is a CLI tool which provides the ability to send messages or alerts to multiple messaging platforms & email

  •    Go

PingMe is a personal project to satisfy my needs of having alerts, most major platforms have integration to send alerts but its not always useful, either you are stuck with one particular platform, or you have to do alot of integrations. I needed a small utility which i can just call from my backup scripts, cron jobs, CI/CD pipelines or from anywhere to send a message with particular information. And i can ship it everywhere with ease. Hence, the birth of PingMe. Everything is configurable via environment variables, and you can simply export the logs or messages to a variable which will be sent as message, and most of all this serves as a swiss army knife sort of tool which supports multiple platforms.

hubot-natural - Natural Language Processing Chatbot for RocketChat

  •    CoffeeScript

Hubot is one of the most famous bot creating framework on the web, that's because github made it easy to create. If you can define your commands in a RegExp param, basically you can do anything with Hubot. That's a great contribution to ChatOps culture. Inspired by that, we wanted to provide the same simplicity to our community to develop chatbots that can actually process natural language and execute tasks, as easy as building RegExp oriented bots.

hubot-rocketchat-boilerplate - An example Hubot demonstrating usage of the Rocket.Chat adaptor.

  •    Javascript

Create and run a Rocket.Chat bot in under two minutes. The -develop tag will also be removed from the package file.

Rocket.Chat.Ansible - Deploy Rocket.Chat with Ansible!

  •    Ruby

Optional full stack deployment: Fully deploy Rocket.Chat, including MongoDB & an Nginx reverse SSL proxy. Or, deploy Rocket.Chat and integrate with your existing MongoDB and/or Nginx instances/deployment methods. Please be sure you've read the FAQ and all documentation before raising an issue.

Rocket.Chat.Hubot - The hubot-rocketchat sample implementation used on our demo.

  •    CoffeeScript

If you want to integrate Rocket.Chat with Github or Gitlab. Make sure you visit the Rocket.Chat.Ops project before starting. We already have many bots that sink webhook events and access Github APIs. You can easily extend these bots for your custom application. hubot is a chat bot built on the Hubot framework. It was initially generated by generator-hubot, and configured to be deployed on Heroku to get you up and running as quick as possible.

Rocket.Chat.js.SDK - Utility for apps and bots to interact with Rocket.Chat via DDP and/or API

  •    TypeScript

Application interface for server methods and message stream subscriptions. Create your own working BOT for Rocket.Chat, in seconds, at glitch.com.

Rocket.Chat.PWA.React - React Implementation of Rocket.Chat.PWA

  •    Javascript

This project was bootstrapped with Create React App. Below you will find some information on how to perform common tasks. You can find the most recent version of this guide here.

rocketchat-uptimerobot - 🚀 Uptime Robot integration for Rocket.Chat

  •    Javascript

Add Uptime Robot notifications via a new WebHook in Rocket.Chat. Note: If status is UP, message color is green otherwise it is red.

errbot-rocketchat - Errbot for Rocket.Chat

  •    Python

Errbot backend for Rocket.Chat. The backend logs in as a Rocket.Chat user, receiving and sending messages.

roverz - native chat client for rocket.chat

  •    Javascript

A native mobile chat client library for Rocket.Chat on both iOS and Android. You can embed this library to have collaboration in your application.

mmb - Set of Dockerfiles and assets related to them for building Docker images with different services

  •    Shell

MMB is the set of Dockerfiles and assets for building Docker images with different services (such as Nextcloud, Transmission, etc.). It supports both x86_64 (servers and workstations) and ARM (Raspberry Pis and other single board computers) as target platforms. MMB stands for "Mr. Meeseeks Box". The project name was inspired by the episode "Meeseeks and Destroy" of an animated sitcom Rick and Morty.

plugin-rocketchat - RocketChat plugin for Kanboard

  •    PHP

Receive Kanboard notifications on RocketChat. You can configure RocketChat notifications for a project or for each individual Kanboard user.

team-container - A collection of containers to prepare a server for collaboration.

  •    HTML

Team-container is a collection of containers that set up your own collaboration server. This setup is meant to be used in conjunction with a magazine article in c't magazine. See (https://www.heise.de/select/ct/2020/9/2007712573850503640). The article is behind a paywall, but the setup works without the article. Knowledge of container technology or other typical linux admin topics is not required.

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