What is Discord.NET?
Discord.Net is an asynchronous, multi-platform .NET Library used to interface with the Discord API.
Where to begin?
If this is your first time using Discord.Net, you should refer to the Intro for tutorials.
If you're coming from Discord.Net V2, you should refer to the V2 -> V3 guides.
More experienced users might want to refer to the API Documentation for a breakdown of the individual objects in the library.
Nightlies are builds of Discord.NET that are still in an experimental phase, and have not been released. These are not included in the main repository, and are instead taken over by Discord.NET Labs.
Discord.NET Labs is an experimental fork of Discord.NET that implements the newest discord features for testing and development to eventually get merged into Discord.NET.
Frequently asked questions are covered in the FAQ. Read it thoroughly because most common questions are already answered there.
New in V3
A counterpart to the well-known command service of Discord.Net, the Interaction Framework implements the same feature-rich structure to register & handle interactions like application commands & buttons.
- Read about the Interaction Framework here
Slash commands are purposed to take over the normal prefixed commands in Discord and comes with good functionality to serve as a replacement. Being interactions, they are handled as SocketInteractions. Creating and receiving slashcommands is covered below.
- Find out more about slash commands in the Slash Command Guides
Context Message & User Commands
These commands can be pointed at messages and users, in custom application tabs. Being interactions as well, they are able to be handled just like slash commands. They do not have options however.
- Learn how to create and handle these commands in the Context Command Guides
Components of a message such as buttons and dropdowns, which can be interacted with and responded to. Message components can be set in rows and multiple can exist on a single message!
- Explanation on how to add & respond to message components can be found in the Message Component Guides
This page was last modified at 04/05/2022 18:12:06 +01:00 (UTC).
Author: clarotech Commit: d1cf1bf02daa91d26cabdc0264e17f56ea037d9a
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