Discord API library wrapper in Deno

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Beginner Developers

Don’t worry a lot of developers start out coding their first projects as a Discord bot(I did 😉) and it is not so easy. With Discordeno, I tried to build it in a way that solved all the headaches I had when first starting out coding bots. If you are a beginner developer, please use a boilerplate: The official one is at: GitHub but there will be more listed on the website. It is a beautiful website indeed! Check it out!

Modular commands, arguments, events, inhibitors, monitors, tasks.

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Step By Step Guide

Advanced Developers

The instructions below are meant for advanced developers!

Starting with Discordeno is very simple, you can start from scratch without any boilerplates/frameworks: Add this snippet of code into a new TypeScript file:

import StartBot, { sendMessage, Intents } from "https://x.nest.land/Discordeno@9.0.1/mod.ts";
import config from "./config.ts";

  token: config.token,
  intents: [Intents.GUILD_MESSAGES, Intents.GUILDS],
  eventHandlers: {
    ready: () => {
    messageCreate: (message) => {
      if (message.content === "!ping") {
        sendMessage(message.channelID, "Pong");

Alternatively, you can use boilerplate template repositories that were created by wonderful developers. Review the list on the website, and add any of yours if you make your own.


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