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Simple, Easy, API wrapper.

npm i new-dblapi
const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token[, options[, client]])


const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token[, client])

First steps

It is very important you actually have a token for your bot to use this. In matter of fact, it doesn't work without it! Head to, make sure your signed in. Nothing appearing? Make sure you have the right account and your bot is since verified!

I suggest you make this a variable on your client so you can access it anywhere, it's just like setting up any other variable, but instead of const var_name = 123 it'd be clent.varname = 123 this would make it a variable on the client.

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
client.dbl = new DBL(token[, options[, client]])


const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
client.dbl = new DBL(token[, client])


After you have a discord.js or eris bot (if you don't I don't even know why your here) and a dbl token you call the constructor, it'll look something like:

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token[, options[, client]])


const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token[, client])

Look familiar? It should, it's just above this.

But what is options?

Options is an object consisting of 4 main things: delay (posting stats), port, auth and path. All 3, port, auth and path are for the webhook. If you provide a port, you must provide an auth, but path is optional. So what does it look like?

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL('your-dbl-token', {delay: 5000000, port: 5555, auth: "Auth", path: "dblhook"}, client)

Webhook Stuff

So you want a webhook to receive your votes? This is very easy to do and is all done in the optional options. That's right you don't even need them, but if you want a webhook, you do. Theres only two required parameters to get webhooks working all good, that's a port for the server to run on and your webhook's authorization. You can also provide a cool custom path too!

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token, {port: 5000, auth: "Auth", path:"voteswebhook"})
dbl.on('vote', (vote) => {
  // Your code

The default path is /vote/, notice the / at the end, this is important, make sure it has that ending slash for any path you choose in your dbl webhook options on your edit page.

So what does vote return? Vote returns exactly what the original dblapi does. This means you get a user by doing vote.user.

Vote embed option

So you want to send vote embeds? This makes that very easy. Inside of your options object, add a voteEmbed object, so it'd look like this const dbl = new DBL('your-dbl-token', {delay: 6000000, port: 5555, auth: "auth", path: "votes", voteEmbed:{}}, client)

Inside of the vote embed, theres only 1 required parameter: a webhook URL called url. Apart from this, there are fields (an array of objects), title, color (a hex string, no '#' so green would be '00ff00') and thumbnail (a url).

It'd look something like this:

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL(token, {port: 5000, auth: "Auth", path:"votes", voteEmbed:{url:"webhook url",fields:[{name:"name", value:"value"}],color:"00ff00"}}, client)

This does require a client. Fields must have a name and value. You can use {user} or {id} in fields to replace it with the username or their id.

You can now also have a voteLock feature that will store votes for a certain amount of time. This is in the voteLock object in options. It has "on" and "timeOut". On is a boolean that defines if it's on or not and timeOut defines the time (in milliseconds) a vote will last for.

const DBL = require('new-dblapi')
const dbl = new DBL('your-dbl-token', {delay: 5000000, port: 5555, auth: "Auth", path: "dblhook", voteLock:{on:true,timeOut:50000}}, client)

You can check votes by doing

let votes = await dbl.db
votes.includes(id) // true or false

dbl.db will return a promise array of id's of people who have voted within your timeOut time.

Timeouts will not be exact, it will check the database every 5 minutes and delete ones past the voteLock.timeOut time

Other cool stuff

What else can I do with this package? Theres some cool stuff you can do with this package, well bascially everything the original one can do.

How do I post stats? This one's easy, just provide a client (discord.js or eris client). If you dont provide a delay in options, it will automatically be 30 minutes, the minimum is 15 minutes (0 to disable).

What about other methods? There are 8 whole methods. getUser(id), getBot([id[, votes]]) (votes is false by default, add true to get last 1000 votes), getBots([query]), checkVote(id), getStats([id]), getWidget([id[, options]), postStats([client])

getUser(id) Returns a user from the discordbots api

getBot([id[, votes]]) or getBot([votes]) Gets a bot from the discordbots api. It will get your bot by default and if you put votes to true, it will return an array of the last 1000 votes.

getBots([query]) Gets multiple bots. Query options are limit, offset, search, sort and fields.

checkVote(id) Checks a users vote. Returns true or false.

getStats([id]) Gets a bots stats if it's listed on It will return the full bot object.

getWidget([id[, options]) or getWidget([options]) Gets a bots widget, has 7 options (object): topcolor, middlecolor, usernamecolor, certifiedcolor, datacolor, labelcolor and highlightcolor.

postStats([client]) Posts your bot's stats. Requires that you had a client when calling the constructor OR you provided a client when calling.

This project may stay updated when I get time.

Will I add requests from the github? Yes.

Do I use new-dblapi? Yes, I made it, so I'll use it.

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