Buddy (also known as Buddy.Works) is a web-based and self-hosted continuous integration and delivery software for Git developers that can be used to build, test and deploy web sites and applications with code from GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab. It employs Docker containers with pre-installed languages and frameworks for builds, alongside DevOps, monitoring and notification actions.
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Pushbullet is an app available for iOS, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome and Android that connects your mobile device with your computer. This way, whenever you get text messages you can receive on any of the connected devices. This works for SMS as well as the phone notifications.
Pushover is an easy-to-implement push notification platform that can be integrated effortlessly into a wide range of web applications. You send out server/app/website monitoring related notifications to any iOS, Android or desktop device. Additionally Pushover provides developers with a powerful API that uses HTTP libraries available for most programming languages.
Slack is a chat platform designed for companies or teams. Thanks to its "workspaces" feature you can easily organize your day-to-day communication by creating various channels. Due to its powerful API, Slack allows for integration with a wide range of apps - including Buddy
SMS is a text messaging service developed in 1984 by team of GSM developers Friedhelm Hillebrand and Bernard Ghillebaert. Originally designed as part of GSM network is now available for networks liek 3-4G, H+ and more. Despite the growing market for internet-based messaging apps, SMS market is still a growing one reaching estimated worth of over $100 billion in 2014.
Telegram is one of the most popular online messaging apps. Unlike its competitors like WhatsApp, you can use Telegram across several platforms at the same time. Also, thanks to its powerful API, Telegram can be integrated into a wide range of apps and services like Buddy