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y21 / Tutorial.md
Last active Oct 23, 2019
A short discord.js tutorial with examples
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Discord.js Tutorial - a short tutorial

After this tutorial you are able to code a cool bot with many commands and a level system.

Setup

Did you ever want to write your own bot but you think you are too bad for it or you don't have motivation to do so? Stop thinking that way. Writing discord bots using discord.js is really, really, easy if you know some javascript basics.

In this tutorial we will use some ES6, which makes javascript more powerful. If you have never heard of ES6, I'll explain some stuff whenever I use it. Found a mistake? Just comment.

@natedana
natedana / copy-repo.md
Created Nov 14, 2017 — forked from moose-horizons/copy-repo.md
Copy a repo without forking
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How to copy a GitHub repo without forking

GitHub only lets you fork a repo once, if you want to make more than one copy of a project here's how you can do it. Useful for starter code.

  1. Create a new empty folder for your project and initialize git

    cd where-you-keep-your-projects
    mkdir your-project-name
@primaryobjects
primaryobjects / react-confirm.js
Created Nov 1, 2017
A simple example of a confirm alert dialog in ReactJs / React.
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<div className='delete-button' onClick={() => { if (window.confirm('Are you sure you wish to delete this item?')) this.onCancel(item) } } />
@eslachance
eslachance / index.js
Last active Nov 12, 2019
Simple, complete example of a bot in Discord.js
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// Load up the discord.js library
const Discord = require("discord.js");
// This is your client. Some people call it `bot`, some people call it `self`,
// some might call it `cootchie`. Either way, when you see `client.something`, or `bot.something`,
// this is what we're refering to. Your client.
const client = new Discord.Client();
// Here we load the config.json file that contains our token and our prefix values.
const config = require("./config.json");
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