A Beginner-Friendly Guide to Creating a Twitter Bot. Our goal will be to build a bot that tweets something daily like, “Hello, world!” Once you do that, the possibilities are endless for what your Twitter bot can tweet.
Coding is a means to an end, and the big question is, “What is the end?” As a beginner, your first programming endeavor is to print the words “Hello, world!” to a console. This is an exciting feat for aspiring coders and often the first milestone for even seasoned developers picking up a new programming language. As your education continues, you learn fundamental concepts of software architecture and various techniques to unlock new language capabilities. Along the way, you may begin to wonder, “How can I apply this to the real world?” Surely, there are applications of programming beyond printing to a console. Well, of course, there are! Anything in the world powered by electricity can be controlled by code, from a lightbulb to the internet. Today I want to show you how the same logic that culminates in some text printed to the console can result in some text printed to a tweet on Twitter. Our goal will be to build a bot that tweets something daily like, “Hello, world!” Once you do that, the possibilities are endless for what your Twitter bot can tweet.
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I fancied doing a little fun weekend project last weekend, so I thought I’d make a little bot that posts the otter emoji every day. In this tutorial, you'll look at Building a Twitter Bot with Nodejs in 3 steps