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    node-telegram-bot

    0.1.9 • Public • Published

    node-telegram-bot

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    Changelog

    • 0.1.9 Improved error 409 by kaminoo
    • 0.1.8 Timeout defaults to 60000ms
    • 0.1.7 Supports splitting command target (#45)
    • 0.1.6 Fixes #53
    • 0.1.5 Add analytics botan.io
    • 0.1.4 Fixes #48
    • 0.1.2 Merge #40, Use debug for logging
    • 0.1 Setwebhook, disable command parsing & maxattempts
    • 0.0.19 Added webhook support instead of polling
    • 0.0.18 Merged bug fix
    • 0.0.17 support multiple command arguments
    • 0.0.16 support file id for audio, document, sticker and video
    • 0.0.15 emit command (message that starts with '/')
    • 0.0.14 sendLocation
    • 0.0.13 getUserProfilePhotos
    • 0.0.12 sendDocument
    • 0.0.9 sendAudio
    • 0.0.8 sendPhoto
    • 0.0.7 forwardMessage
    • 0.0.6 sendChatAction
    • 0.0.3 Longpoll
    • 0.0.2 getMessage
    • 0.0.1 getMe

    Documentation

    Documentation is built using jsdoc with DocStrap. More to come (including examples)! Documentation Link

    Sending files (including photo, audio, document, video and sticker)

    Now only require filepath,

     
    bot.sendPhoto({
      chat_id: USER_ID,
      caption: 'Telegram Logo',
      files: {
        photo: './examples/logo.png'
      }
    }, function (err, msg) {
      console.log(err);
      console.log(msg);
    });
     

    Previously,

     
    bot.sendPhoto({
      chat_id: USER_ID,
      caption: 'Telegram Logo',
      files: {
        photo: {
          filename: './examples/logo.png',
          stream: fs.createReadStream('./examples/logo.png')
        }
      }
    }, function (err, msg) {
      console.log(err);
      console.log(msg);
    });
     

    Here's an example:

     
    var Bot = require('node-telegram-bot');
     
    var bot = new Bot({
      token: 'TOKEN HERE'
    })
    .on('message', function (message) {
      console.log(message);
    })
    .start();
     

    How to use Botan.io analytics:

     
    var bot = new Bot({
      token: 'Telegram token'
    })
    .enableAnalytics('Botan.io token')
    .on('message', function (message) {
      console.log(message);
    })
    .start();
     

    Credits

    Sample sound

    Install

    npm i node-telegram-bot

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    20

    Version

    0.1.9

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • shernshiou
    • cngan