Hey, remember QR Codes? Those weird, glitchy little blocks that you can scan with your phone seem to be more popular than ever these days. Given our need for a more "hands off" approach to sharing information, some might even argue they're now an everyday essential!
Hey, remember QR Codes?
Those weird, glitchy little blocks that you can scan with your phone seem to be more popular than ever these days. Given our need for a more "hands off" approach to sharing information, some might even argue they're now an everyday essential!
Well, thanks to services like Autocode, you can set up a super simple Slack app that can generate QR codes for you and automatically upload them to your Slack channel.
In just 30 seconds you could have this QR code generator up and running. There's admittedly a little hand-waving; Autocode as a platform will automatically handle authentication and deployment for you. But that's kinda the point! You get to focus on the API to API code that matters and leave the undifferentiated heavy-lifting of app-to-app authentication to the platform — the same way we once gave up server towers for cloud-based VM and container management.
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