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Zulip is a chat and collaborative software created by Jessica McKellar and Tim Abbott in 2012.Zulip was originally developed as proprietary software by a startup called Zulip, Inc., based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2014, while in private beta, the company was acquired by Dropbox. In September 2015, Dropbox open-sourced it under the Apache License. Today, it is a leading open source alternative to Slack or HipChat, with over 29,000 commits contributed by 450 people.
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Zulip | API DocumentationOverviewIncoming webhook integrationsHello world walkthroughNon-webhook integrationsRunning botsDeploying botsWriting botsOutgoing webhooksOverviewInstallation instructionsAPI keysConfiguring the Python bindingsError handlingGet messagesGet a raw messageSend a messageUpdate a messageRender a messageUpload a fileDelete a messageConstruct a narrowGet a message's edit historyUpdate a message's flagsMark messages as read in bulkGet all streamsGet subscribed streamsAdd subscriptionsUpdate subscription settingsRemove subscriptionsGet topics in a streamTopic mutingCreate a streamGet stream IDGet all usersGet profileCreate a userSet "typing" statusGet user presenceGet all user groupsGet server settingsList linkifiersCreate linkifiersRemove linkifiersGet all custom emojiUpload custom emojiReal time events APIRegister an event queueGet events from an event queueDelete an event queueFetch a development API keyZulip's APIs allow you to integrate other services with Zulip. This guide should help you find the API you need: And if you still need to build your own integration with Zulip, check out the full REST API, generally starting with installing the API client bindings. In case you already know how you want to build your integration and you're just looking for an API key, we've got you covered here. Email us at [email protected] with questions, feedback, or feature requests.