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Telegram Bot API Wrapper written in Elixir (document)

Installation

Add Nadia to your mix.exs dependencies:

def deps do
  [{:nadia, "~> 0.5.0"}]
end

and run $ mix deps.get.

Configuration

In config/config.exs, add your Telegram Bot token like [this](config/config.exs.example)

config :nadia,
  token: "bot token"

You can also add an optional recv_timeout in seconds (defaults to 5s).

config :nadia,
  recv_timeout: 10

You can also add a proxy support.

config :nadia,
  proxy: "http://proxy_host:proxy_port", # or {:socks5, 'proxy_host', proxy_port}
  proxy_auth: {"user", "password"},
  ssl: [versions: [:'tlsv1.2']]

You can also configure the the base url for the api if you need to for some reason.

config :nadia,
  # Telegram API. Default: https://api.telegram.org/bot
  base_url: "http://my-own-endpoint.com/whatever/",

  # Telegram Graph API. Default: https://api.telegra.ph
  graph_base_url: "http://my-own-endpoint.com/whatever/"

Environment variables may be used as well:

config :nadia,
  token: {:system, "ENVVAR_WITH_MYAPP_TOKEN", "default_value_if_needed"}

And then, in mix.exs, list :nadia as an application inside application/0:

def application do
  [applications: [:nadia]]
end

Now Mix will guarantee the :nadia application is started before your application is started.

Usage

get_me

iex> Nadia.get_me
{:ok,
 %Nadia.Model.User{first_name: "Nadia", id: 666, last_name: nil,
  username: "nadia_bot"}}

get_updates

iex> Nadia.get_updates limit: 5
{:ok, []}

iex> {:ok,
 [%Nadia.Model.Update{callback_query: nil, chosen_inline_result: nil,
   edited_message: nil, inline_query: nil,
   message: %Nadia.Model.Message{audio: nil, caption: nil,
    channel_chat_created: nil,
    chat: %Nadia.Model.Chat{first_name: "Nadia", id: 123,
     last_name: "TheBot", title: nil, type: "private", username: "nadia_the_bot"},
    contact: nil, date: 1471208260, delete_chat_photo: nil, document: nil,
    edit_date: nil, entities: nil, forward_date: nil, forward_from: nil,
    forward_from_chat: nil,
    from: %Nadia.Model.User{first_name: "Nadia", id: 123,
     last_name: "TheBot", username: "nadia_the_bot"}, group_chat_created: nil,
    left_chat_member: nil, location: nil, message_id: 543,
    migrate_from_chat_id: nil, migrate_to_chat_id: nil, new_chat_member: nil,
    new_chat_photo: [], new_chat_title: nil, photo: [], pinned_message: nil,
    reply_to_message: nil, sticker: nil, supergroup_chat_created: nil,
    text: "rew", venue: nil, video: nil, voice: nil}, update_id: 98765}]}

send_message

iex> case Nadia.send_message(tlg_id, "The message text goes here") do
  {:ok, _result} ->
    :ok
  {:error, %Nadia.Model.Error{reason: "Please wait a little"}} ->
    :wait
  end

:ok

Refer to Nadia document and Telegram Bot API document for more details.