Example telegram bot app
Explore separate commits to check evolution of code.
Want a clean setup instead? Here is app teamplate to help you.
/memo %text%- Saves text to session.
/remind_me- Replies with text from session.
/keyboard- Simple keyboard.
/inline_keyboard- Inline keyboard example.
- Inline queries. Enable it in @BotFather, and your're ready to try 'em.
/last_chosen_inline_result- Your last chosen inline result (Enable feedback with sending
- Create bot with @BotFather
- Clone repo.
config/secrets.ymlwith your bot's token.
One way is just to run poller. You don't need anything else, just check your production secrets & configs. But there is better way: use webhooks.
You may want to use different token: after you setup the webhook, you need to unset it to run development poller again.
First you need to setup the webhook. There is rake task for it,
but you're free to set it manually with API call.
To use rake task you need to set host in
for production environment (
config.routes for Rails < 5).
There is already such line in the repo in
Uncomment it, change the values, and you're ready for:
bin/rake telegram:bot:set_webhook RAILS_ENV=production
Now deploy your app in any way you like. You don't need run anything special for bot,
rails server as usual. Your rails app will receive webhooks and bypass them
to bot's controller.
By default session is configured to use FileStore at
To use it in production make sure to share this folder between releases
(ex., add to list shared of shared folders in capistrano).
Read more about different session stores in
- Run and check the logs out.
- More info about async mode.
- Get token at botan.io.
secrets.ymland update token.
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/telegram-bot-rb/telegram_bot_app.