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Botpress is on a mission to make useful bots ubiquitous by powering developers with the best possible tools to build & manage chatbots. We believe that in order to create great bots, significant time should be spent on user experience, not on the surrounding (and generic) features.
npm install -g botpress
Creating a bot is simple, you need to run
botpress init in a terminal inside an empty directory:
botpress init my-bot
Once your bot is created, you need to run
botpress start to start your bot:
This will provide you with a web interface available at
http://localhost:3000 and a chat window at
Thank you for your interest in Botpress. Here are some of the many ways to contribute.
For starters, there are some open issues with the first good issue tag which are ideal for starting to contribute. They are all relatively easy to get started with.
Contributions to Botpress will be dual-licensed under AGPLv3 and the Botpress Proprietary License. This means that all contributors need to agree to the dual-license before their contributions can be accepted.
Please follow the Conventional Commits specs when doing commits. Pull requests not respecting this commit style will be rejected.
To modify, test or create modules, please install lerna.
lerna bootstrap. This will initialize all modules and link them (using
yarn link). Then in your bot, use
yarn link @botpress/module-name to use the local version of that module.
By default, any bot created with Botpress is licensed under AGPLv3, but you may change to the Botpress License from within your bot's web interface in a few clicks.
For more information about how the dual-license works and why it works that way, please see the FAQS.
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