Welcome back to my guide, helping you create a Discord Bot using the amazing Discord.js library I hope you follow along and create your very own bot!
This is the second part (final) of the handlers episode, I want to apologise for how long it's taken me to get this video edited, rendered and uploaded!
Please let me know what you think to the series, and suggest things for me to cover in future episodes, I have a mental road map I will be following, but I may throw in the odd episode dedicated to requests.
You can get the Komada Handler framework here
All of the tutorial source code is available here
You will require a free discordapp.com account to use the discord service, sign up here
You can join the "An Idiot's Guide Official Server" here
If you'd like to support me on Patreon, you can do so here
Don't forget to join the "Official Discord.js Server" here
Check out the Discord Developers portal here
Discord.js Official Documentation is available here
Don't forget, if you want to invite your bots to server, you'll need to get an invite link, you can use the Discord Permissions Calculator here to set up your permissions, and generate an invite link.
List of Atom addons and themes I use; Addons:
atom-beautify - Glavin001,
highlight-selected - richrace,
linter-eslint - AtomLinter,
seti-icons - wyze and
tokamak-terminal - vertexclique
seti-syntax, seti-ui - jesseweed