Hosting bots on Glitch
What is Glitch?¶
In fact, it’s Stefan’s Twitter bot templates that power many of the Twitter apps on Glitch. His templates provide a useful springboard to the throngs of devs who are eager to quickly create a Twitter app or bot on Glitch, and they’ve already been remixed by more than 350 other app creators.
Creator Spotlight: Building Twitter Bots with Stefan Bohacek (Glitch via medium.com, May 2017)
An experimental new feature on Botwiki lets you import open source bot code directly into Glitch: look for the Remix on Glitch button on most of the open source bot pages.
Note that Glitch only supports node.js and (unofficially) Python. Also, some bots will need a few updates to work on Glitch (see guides below).
All of the following projects are hosted on glitch.com.
- Basic Glitch Twitter bot template
- A Twitter bot that posts random images of your choice
- A Twitter bot that generates random images
- Twitter auto-respond bot template
- A Twitter bot that responds to something its followers said
- A Twitter bot that uses the Twitter Webhooks API (beta)
- A Twitter bot that generates random tweets using Tracery
- Slack Blueprints: project blueprints to kickstart building integrations for Slack
- Slack slash commands template
- Slack Parrot
- Slack IMDB slash command
- Slack Weather slash command
- Message Action and Dialog Blueprint
- BPOLL: Do better polls in Slack
Facebook Messenger bots¶
- Tracery Mastodon Bot
- Skype Bot using Bot Builder SDK
- Microsoft Teams
- Discord bot example
- Bottery (learn more on project’s GitHub page)
Guides and tutorials¶
- Glitch – Frequently Asked Questions (glitch.com)
- Importing a node.js bot from GitHub to Glitch
- Importing a Python Slack bot from GitHub to Glitch
- Botkit is better with Slack’s Events API (Slack Developer Blog via medium.com)