Explore all the necessary steps for creating a Discord bot using the Discord4J library and Spring Boot. Discord4J is an open-source Java library that can primarily be used to quickly access the Discord Bot API. It heavily integrates with Project Reactor to provide a completely non-blocking reactive API.
Discord4J is an open-source Java library that can primarily be used to quickly access the Discord Bot API. It heavily integrates with Project Reactor to provide a completely non-blocking reactive API.
We'll use Discord4J in this tutorial to create a simple Discord bot capable of responding to a predefined command. We'll build the bot on top of Spring Boot to demonstrate how easy it would be to scale our bot across many other features enabled by Spring Boot.
When we're finished, this bot will be able to listen for a command called “!todo” and will print out a statically defined to-do list.
For our bot to receive updates from Discord and post responses in channels, we'll need to create a Discord Application in the Discord Developer Portal and set it up to be a bot. This is a simple process. Since Discord allows the creation of multiple applications or bots under a single developer account, feel free to try this multiple times with different settings.
Here are the steps to create a new application:
Here are the steps to transform an application into a bot:
Now that our application has become a real bot, copy the token so that we can add it to our application properties. Be careful not to share this token publicly since someone else would be able to execute malicious code while impersonating our bot.
We're now ready to write some code!
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