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    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Hello world
    Coder of Salvation / Leon van Kammen
    @coderofsalvation
    World says hello back (a dutchy from budapest/Hungary to be precise)
    Leon here, nice to meet you.
    I've been researching a lot of opensource serverless/FaaS solutions for a long time now.
    After having seen MuleSoft's products years ago, I've been on the lookout for an opensource FaaS-solution, which includes ready-to-go integrations & chaining for a long time.
    Coder of Salvation / Leon van Kammen
    @coderofsalvation
    As a nodejs enthousiast, I was very happy to stumble upon datafire.io + its opensource runtime.
    (So many FaaS-frameworks out there, supporting thousands of helloworld-examples in thousands languages, sadly without integrations)
    I had my eyes on the (awesome) Node-RED for a long time, but the scripting-in-the-webinterface became very cumbersome, hard to test & apply version control.
    With datafire, we can finally stop writing & maintaining the same code over and over again.
    Im so happy to see all these integrations in one codebase :D
    I also did a PR for a new integration (swaggerui), check it out
    small question: could you have a look at the issues in the datafire-mainrepo? thx
    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Thanks! I've actually got some Hungarian in me...maybe I should say "szia, világ" :)
    Thanks for the feedback and PR - I'll take a look now and reply on GitHub
    Coder of Salvation / Leon van Kammen
    @coderofsalvation
    haha pontosan! (exactly!)
    keep in touch
    Mike Lutz
    @milutz
    I'm not finding any examples on how trigger datafire via web hook, is that a supported use? (for instance, if I want to trigger something on a GitHub push) ?
    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Yup, it's supported in the open source framework, and will be supported on datafire.io in a few weeks. You just need to set the "paths" field in DataFire.yml
    Here's an example that serves an action at localhost/hello ://github.com/DataFire/DataFire/blob/master/README.md#hello-world
    Mike Lutz
    @milutz
    Awesome, thanks for pointing me the right way @bobby-brennan !
    Gabin Desserprit
    @gahabeen
    Hello there :smiley: Just came accross DataFire and I've got to say @bobby-brennan : well done! That's some nifty work you've done here :+1:
    I'm gonna dig up the framework, work around and see if it fits our needs but this could be it ;)
    Talk you soon
    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Thanks Gabin! Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions, happy to help any way I can
    ramin
    @rmros
    hi
    ramin
    @rmros
    @bobby-brennan hi
    ramin
    @rmros
    any body is there?
    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Hi @rmros - thanks for reaching out. Happy to chat here or via DM
    ramin
    @rmros
    Hi @bobby-brennan , thank you , i was waiting all the day here :)
    DM? i dont know what is it
    Bobby Brennan
    @bobby-brennan
    Direct Message or private chat - I'll send you a message :)
    ramin
    @rmros
    oh , isee :))
    ramin
    @rmros
    @bobby-brennan DM:)
    Akash Sharma
    @akash2213348
    Hi