Slack has launched Block Kit, a UI framework made up of stackable “blocks” that lets developers display information more effectively within app messages.
The tool was first announced at Slack's developer conference, Spec, and is now generally available alongside Block Kit Builder, a live prototyping tool to make it easier to create and design apps using the Block Kit framework.
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Bear Douglas, head of developer relations at Slack, said that the Block Kit will lead to apps that are “more beautiful, more visually engaging, and – most importantly – show users the full range of possibilities of things you can do with apps.
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