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    GExpressInteraction

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    EXPRESS VERSION OF GCOMMANDS

    Installation

    Install with npm / yarn / pnpm:

    npm install @gcommands/expressinteraction
    yarn add @gcommands/expressinteraction
    pnpm add @gcommands/expressinteraction

    Usage

    You go to your bot at https://discord.com/developers and copy the publicKey which you then put into the clientPublicKey parameter. In the Interaction Endpoint Url you put your site url and to that endpoint which you then put in the interactionEnpoint parameter, for example /interactions so in the discord panel you put https://example.com/interactions.

    You can receive interactions via the GExpressInteraction event

    // Without CMD Handler
    const { GExpressInteraction } = require("@gcommands/expressinteraction");
    
    let g = new GExpressInteraction({
      interactionEndpoint: "/interactions", // Interactions Endpoint URL 
      clientPublicKey: process.env.publicKey, // Public Key from https://discord.com/developer/applications/:ID/information
      port: 3e3 // express port
    })
    
    g.on("GExpressInteraction", (interaction) => {
      if(interaction.isCommand()) {
        interaction.send("po") // https://gcommands.js.org/docs/#/docs/main/main/typedef/GPayloadOptions
      }
    })
    
    // With CMD Handler
    const { GExpressInteraction } = require("@gcommands/expressinteraction");
    
    let g = new GExpressInteraction({
      cmdDir: "cmds/",
      interactionEndpoint: "/interactions", // Interactions Endpoint URL 
      clientPublicKey: process.env.publicKey, // Public Key from https://discord.com/developer/applications/:ID/information
      port: 3e3 // express port
    })

    If you want a straight cmd handler, you can create for example test.js in cmds/ and put it there:

    const { Command } = require("@gcommands/expressinteraction")
    
    module.exports = class extends Command {
      constructor(...args) {
        super(...args, {
          name: "test"
        })
      }
    
      run({respond}, arrayArgs, args) {
        respond("hello")
      }
    }

    To create a slash command, go to panel. GExpressInteraction is used only for the handle.

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    Install

    npm i @gcommands/expressinteraction

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    6

    Version

    1.0.4

    License

    MIT

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    12.3 kB

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