Posts Tagged: Java

Once you made bot, you wonder how many people use it, what requests do they perform and if there are any errors. The easiest way is to save this data to the database, but what if you need a ready-made solution? As I can see now, there is a bunch of services with unclear pricing models…. Read Article →

Recently, I decided to build a smarter bot and use wit.ai platform for it. This tool integrates NLP and allows you to extract meaningful data from user messages. In other words, to make your bot more human-like. The tool looks powerful, the only problem is an absence of Java client library. So, I decided to build one. It’s… Read Article →

This is the fourth post from bot series. Now I have POJOs, codecs and bot skeleton. We need to figure out how to find recipes by ingredients in a flexible way. I came up with idea that on each request, the bot will return only one recipe. A user could click on the ingredient which he wants to exclude… Read Article →

I continue to write about telegram bot which I going to create. This time I’ll tell about initial steps, required to create Telegram bot using Java. First of all, we need to create a bot, let’s do it. There is a funny way to create it, using another bot, called Bot Father. Install it, the process is… Read Article →

I’m continuing to tell about Telegram bot. In the previous post I described a process of scrapping, in order to retrieve data. I save my data to MongoDB and during my work I faced with some difficulties. In this post, I’ll write about codecs, which let you encode end decode your BSON data.

Now you often hear about bots and that this is future, so I decided to check it out and try to build a Telegram Bot. I’m going to make a bot which could find me a recipe from given product list. For example, those which I have in my fridge. First of all, I was… Read Article →

Today I came across the question on Quora: “What is the best programming language to learn after Java?” Actually I not just came across but answered this question. It is exactly the same question, which I am asking myself. A few weeks ago, I have started to look for interesting, prospective languages, that could be… Read Article →

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