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  • GitHub repo sydent

    Sydent: Reference Matrix Identity Server

    Hijacking the top comment to bring awareness to matrix

  • GitHub repo discord-api-docs

    Official Discord API Documentation

    They do offer a schema and documentation at https://discord.com/developers/docs/intro

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo canti-bot

    Discord bot I'm making for use on a Japanese-English exchange server

    I have a small bot, and the re-jigging to get slash commands to work was 1224/698 lines of changes in a system that was already set up to be somewhat flexible. The main things which needed attention in every command class were:

  • GitHub repo discordrb

    Discord API for Ruby

    I use Ruby for Discord bots with this library

  • GitHub repo flask-discord-interactions

    A Flask extension to enable declarative definitions for Discord slash commands.

    I don't want to distract from what's happening here, but I built a slash command bot using flask-discord-interactions a few months back. It definitely made my life easier. I'm sure there's others out there.

  • GitHub repo discordrb

    Discord API for Ruby (by shardlab)

    This is an out of date link, if you're interested in getting started with discordrb you can find our up to date repo at https://github.com/shardlab/discordrb. Recently merged slash commands into main, awaiting a gem release still.

  • GitHub repo hoverzoom

    Google Chrome extension for zooming images on mouse hover

    I think this is a pretty key point. Think of all of the unscrupulous ways that browser extensions can be monetized. Imagine someone offering money to a Discord bot developer to give them statistics on which games are discussed most frequently in channels that the bot operates in.

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