If you are reading this, you probably want to create a Discord bot with Discordeno or migrate from popular libraries like Discord.js.
If this is going to be your first time making a bot, you should use Deno instead of Node.js. Although in some cases Deno might not be suitable for you, because of missing packages or a code base which too large to migrate to a slightly different language.
This guide will help you making your first Discord Bot using Node.js or even migrating your Bot from a other Library.
Some features are not documented yet. If you want to know more about them, kindly ask for help in the Discord Server.
Why should I switch?
Discordeno was built with the purpose of being scalable, flexible and easy to use.
Eris often have excessive caching behavior that can only be changed slightly without
breaking the entire library. There is a lack of customization and many nested classes, which makes it almost impossible
to edit the code without having unwanted side effects. Moreover scalability is only possible on a limited extend.
Discordeno has been kept plain and simple, which opens up a lot of opportunities for customization such as
Cache and more. Check the detailed advantages
This guide will also help you making your code more scalable and easier to maintain with bringing you closer to the Discord API.
Before you start
Before you start digging in this guide, you should have a solid understanding of
with it, then you should take a look at some popular resources.
A basic understanding is of great importance in order to solve problems skillfully.