What is Hubot?
Hubot is a chat bot, modeled after GitHub's Campfire bot, hubot. He's pretty cool. He's extendable with old community scripts, or new community org and your own custom scripts, and can work on many different chat services.
Hubot is a tool in the ChatOps category of a tech stack.
Hubot is an open source tool with 15.7K GitHub stars and 3.7K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Hubot's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Hubot?
65 companies reportedly use Hubot in their tech stacks, including CircleCI, Vinted, and Oscar Health.
178 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Hubot.
Mattermost, RocketChat, Zulip, Flowdock, and StackStorm are some of the popular tools that integrate with Hubot. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with Hubot.
Pros of Hubot
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- We ship Hubot with a small group of core scripts: things like posting images, translating languages, and integrating with Google Maps
- Open source, written in CoffeeScript on Node.js
- Standardized way to share scripts between everyone's robots
Hubot Alternatives & Comparisons
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