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· 5 min read
C. T. Lin

Today we are very excited to introduce Bottender 1.4, featuring:

Besides, we also bring a bunch of TypeScript improvements into this release. If you're using TypeScript with Bottender in your project, you may want to upgrade and see the changes.

· 4 min read
C. T. Lin

We are excited to introduce Bottender 1.2 today, featuring:

All of these benefits are non-breaking and fully backward compatible. You can update it by running:

npm install bottender@latest

· 5 min read
C. T. Lin

· 5 min read
C. T. Lin

After half an year of our open source journey, we are thrilled to finally introduce our latest work - Bottender v0.15. With the release this time, not only did we make tremendous progress from our experiences previously, we also benefited quite a lot by the feedback from the whole community, which we are highly appreciative of. Thanks to your support and feedback for us to get here today.

You can now install the latest package by simply entering the command to your terminal:

$ npm i bottender@latest
$ yarn add bottender@latest

As we cannot stress enough the importance of a smooth process when it comes to developing, we try to avoid any sorts of breaking changes when updating to a new version. With that being said, developers should find it easy when making updates.

You can find the full change log on GitHub Realease Page.

· 3 min read
C. T. Lin

We're very proud to open-source Bottender, a JavaScript framework for cross-platform bots, built on top of Messaging-APIs and lots of great tools from the JavaScript community!

bottender logo

To begin with, install bottender globally from the npm registry:

npm install -g bottender

And enter interactive bot creation process with:

bottender init

After answering a few questions, a new bot will be created for you.

bottender init screenshot