Mixin Bot Development Tutorial 1 - Run a Bot from Scratch
Recently, I published an article "A Quick Glance into Mixin Development" which summarizes Mixin development.As I mentioned in that article, if you want to create something on Mixin, to start with a bot is an excellent choice. Because in most cases, you don’t have to interact directly with the Mixin Kernel, you can focus on the users, the user experiences, and the business.I am going to arrange a series of articles about the
Mixin Bot Development Tutorial 2 - Interact with Users
In the previous post, I introduced the basic knowledge you need to know to create a bot, and then run a very simple bot, which replies every message the user sends to it.To use the functions of bots, users often need to perform several steps to interact with bots. The developers usually provide two different ways to let the bots interact with users: chat mode and web UI.The bot's chat mode that's designed t
Mixin Bot Development Tutorial 3 - Trade Crypto
In the previous post, I rewrote a bot that only sends back an echo of user's input into a bot, which responds correctly.To achieve that, the bot must manage user sessions, to keep tracking the state of conversation with users.However, the work is not complete yet, the function handleTransfer is still not implemented, and we still can not trade crypto in the bot. So let's do the rest in this post.