DogeBot — First chapter in creating the Node.js Discord Bot for DogeNet

Disclaimer: I do not practice Node.js at my current job as our back-end is entirely .NET based but hopefully i’ll be winging this well enough that you won’t realise that.

If you are unfamiliar with the current project being started, I outlined all the plans in my previous medium post so be sure to check that out. The next few articles will be regarding building a Discord server bot (DogeBot) that will analyse commands sent by users via chat channels, process them and ultimately send back a response. The scope…




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