IFTTT for developers

#4 Product of the WeekOctober 13, 2015
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Surinderpal singh
Nicolas Beauvais
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    I wish I could be able to find.


    Nothing yet

    There website is down so I couldn't go through much details. I guess product hunt needs a cleanup

    Surinderpal singh has never used this product.
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Sacha Greif
Sacha Greif@sachagreif · Designer, Sidebar
Looks really cool. In the past I've had to code up and deploy simple, single-purpose Ruby or Meteor apps to interface between two services, this looks like it could replace them pretty well.
Kevin William David
Kevin William DavidHunterHiring@kevin · Community @AngelList. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Hoist hunted 2 years has pivoted to a microservice platform that talks to API's. Trigger code when events happen in your favorite web services. Seamlessly connect to your favorite data sources and Hoist will watch them in the background. When something happens in your data sources, Hoist runs an event. You choose which events you want watch by selecting them from the 'trigger' menu.
Jamie Wilson
Jamie WilsonMaker@_jamiewilson · CEO at Hoist
@kwdinc Hi Kevin, Thanks for submitting us on Product Hunt. I’m Jamie the CEO of Hoist. We’ve recently launched the platform into Open Beta so we’d love as much feedback from people as possible. Sign up have a go and be sure to tell us what you think!
Eliot Slevin
Eliot Slevin@justiceojuice · Maker
I did an internship with them last summer, and can personally vouch for the quality of their product. Super professional and dedicated team. If you have any api problems, I highly suggest getting in contact with them :)
Antti Kupila
Antti Kupila@akupila · Co-founder, Autoplay.co
This looks really interesting! Seems like a happy marriage between IFTTT and Amazon Lambda. What triggers do you support currently out of the box? I guess adding new triggers as a user would be done using webhooks?
Jamie Wilson
Jamie WilsonMaker@_jamiewilson · CEO at Hoist
@akupila We currently support triggers from Github, Twitter, Slack, Highrise and Xero and let you read and write from a few other data sources. Data sources can either be added via webhooks or by creating a connector - our framework for data sources is open source (see the twitter connector here: github.com/hoist/hoist-connector-twitter), but we expect we'll be building most of the popular ones ourselves.
Owen Williams
Owen Williams@ow · Building re:Charged.
This looks awesome! Looking forward to trying it again ;)