Slack gives us an early Valentine with its new visual app-design tool







Slack isn’t just a messaging app. The main factor propelling the rise of this $7.1 billion platform is that it’s gradually become the nexus of how people work, thanks to integrations with Jira, Trello, and other popular workplace tools. To help increase the number of integrations available to its users, Slack today is introducing a new WYSIWYG UI tool called Block Kit Builder. At the heart of this is a UI framework called — you guessed it — Block Kit, which sets a standard of how Slack apps should work. It compartmentalises Slack apps into stackable blocks, allowing developers to…

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