Disro is an event-driven discord.js-commando bot which at the moment contains only discord commands that can moderate users ingame
The full list of commands at the moment are
There are also other commands for moderators to utilize that can help them get information on specific servers such as.
I won’t go into detail here but this system can be faster and less resource intensive than other options because it uses a system called long polling
Why? What? How? All explained in the repository linked below
So head there and let me know what you think
I am taking all forms of criticism and suggestions both here and at
How effective is the bot?
- Not up to par
- I’ve seen/used better
EDIT: If you chose anything other than Effective please let me know what can be done to improve/enhance the experience :))))
Amazing! Can’t wait to try this out. Thank you for this!
The bot is really nicely done. Haven’t seen such cleanly written js-commando bot in a while. Would also love to participate in the poll but it’s closed off to everyone who the question you should actually asked - the people who will be using it in the future.
Please be sure you’re giving credit for using this repo’s code:
I’ve credited the original repo the longpolling was taken from which was rbxwebhook.js
Along with all the other dependencies used in the readme
I hope it’s fixed now, thank you so much I’ve worked around bots a lot so I like to think I’ve learnt a thing or two :))
How do you get the Server API Key?
You randomly generate one, since it will be the way your server and roblox communicate, you want to make sure it’s random and unknown to anyone outside your bots’ development.
I’ve put a tutorial in the Github Wiki to figure out how to generate your own unique API key.
But it can be literally any random string
Assuming you’ve done
npm install and you do in fact have express installed. I’m not quite sure but perhaps try
node . instead? If this error comes up continuously can you show me the cache’d log.
i don’t understand how i obtain this
local CONNECT_ENDPOINT = “Your server URL + the /rbxwebhook path”
im new to server stuff so it doesn’t make sense to me
why not use the new messaging service open cloud APIs instead of long polling? that’d essentially push the command to the Roblox game server instantly
Because this post is over a year old at this point…
Where do I host the files I’ve made locally in order to have it become a server?
You can use a Virtual Private Server (VPS). The only free solution I know of is Heroku (not a VPS, but a hosting service), otherwise, you need to research and find a proper VPS for your case.
Sadly heroku is no longer free. If you’re wanting a close to free, I would suggest using railway.app. Free $5 credit every month which basically covers the entire cost of the service.