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A simple Django app to send notifications to slack.

Project description

django-slack-notifications

Extremely simple and easy slack integration with django.

Overview

Requirements

Installation

Install using pip

pip install django-slack-notifications

Add django-slack-notifications to your INSTALLED_APPS setting.

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'django-slack-notifications',
)

Add SLACK_NOTIFICATIONS to your settings.py

SLACK_NOTIFICATIONS = {
    'WEBHOOK_URL': '{your slack webhook url}'
    'CHANNEL': '{default slack channel that you want to send message.}',
    'USERNAME': '{default message sender name}',
    'ICON_EMOJI': '{default sender emoticon}',
}

WEBHOOK URL is required. You can get your webhook url from slack. See https://api.slack.com/custom-integrations

CHANNEL, USERNAME, ICON_EMOJI is optional parameters. If default value is set, you don’t need to pass parameter to your send_message method. See below.

Usage

In your python code,

from django-slack-notifications.utils import send_message

send_message(channel='#general', username='test', text="Hi, I'm a test message.")

send_message returns default slack response. If succeed, it returns 200.

If you set default values CHANNEL, USERNAME, you can call send_message like…

from django-slack-notifications.utils import send_message

send_message(text="Hi, I'm a test message.")

channel and username is set default value that you defined in settings.py

if ICON_EMOJI is not set, it uses default slack webhook integrations settings that you’ve defined at https://prnd.slack.com/apps/manage/custom-integrations

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