line bot - LINE Messaging API

by kinlin99

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Kitchen Sink Bot

A kitchen-sink LINE bot example

Requirements

Install npm dependencies:

npm run build-sdk # build SDK installed from local directory
npm install

Also, FFmpeg and ImageMagick should be installed to test image and video echoing.

About local dependencies

Currently, @line/bot-sdk is installed from local directory.

{
  "@line/bot-sdk": "../../"
}

To install @line/bot-sdk from npm, please update the line with the following:

{
  "@line/bot-sdk": "*"
}

In the case, npm run build-sdk needn't be run before npm install.

Configuration

Configuration can be done via environment variables.

export CHANNEL_SECRET=YOUR_CHANNEL_SECRET
export CHANNEL_ACCESS_TOKEN=YOUR_CHANNEL_ACCESS_TOKEN
export BASE_URL=https://your.base.url # for static file serving
export PORT=1234

The code above is an example of Bash. It may differ in other shells.

Run webhook server

npm start

With the configuration above, the webhook listens on https://your.base.url:1234/callback.

ngrok usage

ngrok tunnels extenral requests to localhost, helps debugging local webhooks.

This example includes ngrok inside, and it just works if no BASE_URL is set. Make sure that other configurations are set correctly.

❯ npm start

...

It seems that BASE_URL is not set. Connecting to ngrok...
listening on https://ffffffff.ngrok.io/callback

The URL can be directly registered as the webhook URL in LINE Developers console.