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node-flint (v4)

Bot SDK for Node JS

News

03/01/2020 Please consider the Webex Node Bot Framework:

  • This framework is no longer being actively maintained by the original author. Developers who are familiar with flint may consider trying the webex-node-bot-framework. While not 100% directly compatible with flint, this framework is inspired by flint and should be extremely familiar to developers who already use flint. For more information see the migration from flint guide

10/25/19 Support for Adaptive Cards:

  • Cisco recently introduced support for Adaptive Cards in the Webex Teams. Bots can send cards, using the new attachment attribute of the message object. Cards are useful as an alternative to text messages and files in order to display or collect complex bits of information. Cards can be sent by passing an object to the bot.say() method that includes a valid attachment. To process user input to cards, apps must implement a flint.on('attachmentaction', ..) function. For more details see the adaptive-card-example

6/21/19 Deploying behind a firewall:

  • Cisco has recently introduced support in the Webex Javascript SDK which allows applications to register to receive the message, membership, and room events via a socket instead of via wehbhoks. This allows applications to be deployed behind firewalls and removes the requirement that webex bots and integrations must expose a public IP address to receive events. To take advantage of this in your flint applications simply remove the webhookUrl field from the configuration object passed to the flint constructor. If this field is not set, flint will register to listen for these events instead of creating webhooks.

6/21/18 IMPORTANT:

  • On August 31st, 2018 all bots with the sparkbot.io domain name will be renamed with a webex.bot domain. Today in flint, the code compares the bot's email with the trigger email to filter out messages from itself. If this code is running on August 31st the bot will start responding to its own messages. Please update to Flint v4.7.x as soon as possible to avoid interruption.

3/19/18 IMPORTANT:

  • Note that Flint v4 is still using the node-sparky library version 3.x. However the repo for node-sparky is now on version 4 which has some major differences. This misalignment between Flint and Sparky version will be fixed with the release of Flint v5. In the short term if you are accessing the spark object directly from Flint via flint.spark be sure to use the documentation for node-sparky 3.x.

See CHANGELOG.md for details on changes to versions of Flint.

Contents

Installation

Via Git

mkdir myproj
cd myproj
git clone https://github.com/nmarus/flint
npm install ./flint

Via NPM

mkdir myproj
cd myproj
npm install node-flint

Example Template Using Express

var Flint = require('node-flint');
var webhook = require('node-flint/webhook');
var express = require('express');
var bodyParser = require('body-parser');
var app = express();
app.use(bodyParser.json());

// flint options
var config = {
  webhookUrl: 'http://myserver.com/flint',
  token: 'Tm90aGluZyB0byBzZWUgaGVyZS4uLiBNb3ZlIGFsb25nLi4u',
  port: 80
};

// init flint
var flint = new Flint(config);
flint.start();

// say hello
flint.hears('/hello', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say('Hello %s!', trigger.personDisplayName);
});

// define express path for incoming webhooks
// This is not necessary if webhookUrl is not set in the config
app.post('/flint', webhook(flint));

// start express server
// This is not necessary if webhookUrl is not set in the config
// unless the bot uses express for other reasons
var server = app.listen(config.port, function () {
  flint.debug('Flint listening on port %s', config.port);
});

// gracefully shutdown (ctrl-c)
process.on('SIGINT', function() {
  flint.debug('stoppping...');
  server.close();   // remove if not using webhooks and express
  flint.stop().then(function() {
    process.exit();
  });
});

Restify Example

Overview

Most of Flint's functionality is based around the flint.hears function. This defines the phrase or pattern the bot is listening for and what actions to take when that phrase or pattern is matched. The flint.hears function gets a callback than includes two objects. The bot object, and the trigger object.

Flint generates a bot object instance of the Bot class for each room the Spark account Flint is running under. The bot object instance tracks the specifics about the room it is running in and is passed to the "hears" command callback when a phrase is heard.

Flint also generates a trigger object based on the person and room that the flint.hears function was triggered.

A simple example of a flint.hears() function setup:

flint.hears(phrase, function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.<command>
    .then(function(returnedValue) {
      // do something with returned value
    })
    .catch(function(err) {
      // handle errors
    });
});
  • phrase : This can be either a string or a regex pattern. If a string, the string is matched against the first word in the room message. message. If a regex pattern is used, it is matched against the entire message text.
  • bot : The bot object that is used to execute commands when the phrase is triggered.
  • bot.<command> : The Bot method to execute.
  • then : Node JS Promise keyword that invokes additional logic once the previous command is executed.
  • catch : handle errors that happen at either the original command or in any of the chained 'then' functions.
  • trigger : The object that describes the details around what triggered the phrase.
  • commands : The commands that are ran when the phrase is heard.

Authentication

The token used to authenticate Flint to the Spark (now Webex) API is passed as part of the options used when instantiating the Flint class. To change or update the token, use the Flint#setSparkToken() method.

Example:

var newToken = 'Tm90aGluZyB0byBzZWUgaGVyZS4uLiBNb3ZlIGFsb25nLi4u';

flint.setSparkToken(newToken)
.then(function(token) {
  console.log('token updated to: ' + token);
});

Storage

The storage system used in flint is a simple key/value store and resolves around these 3 methods:

  • bot.store(key, value) - Store a value to a bot instance where 'key' is a string and 'value' is a boolean, number, string, array, or object. This does not not support functions or any non serializable data. Returns the a promise with the value.
  • bot.recall(key) - Recall a value by 'key' from a bot instance. Returns a resolved promise with the value or a rejected promise if not found.
  • bot.forget([key]) - Forget (remove) value(s) from a bot instance where 'key' is an optional property that when defined, removes the specific key, and when undefined, removes all keys. Returns a resolved promise if deleted or not found.

When a bot despawns (removed from room), the key/value store for that bot instance will automatically be removed from the store. Flint currently has an in-memory store and a Redis based store. By default, the in-memory store is used. Other backend stores are possible by replicating any one of the built-in storage modules and passing it to the flint.storeageDriver() method. See docs for store, recall, forget for more details.

Example:

var redisDriver = require('node-flint/storage/redis');
flint.storageDriver(redisDriver('redis://localhost'));

Bot Accounts

When using "Bot Accounts" the major differences are:

  • Webhooks for message:created only trigger when the Bot is mentioned by name
  • Unable to read messages in rooms using the Spark (now Webex) API

Differences with trigger.args using Flint with a "Bot Account":

The trigger.args array is a shortcut in processing the trigger.text string. It consists of an array of the words that are in the trigger.message string split by one or more spaces. Punctation is included if there is no space between the symbol and the word. With bot accounts, this behaves a bit differently.

  • If defining a flint.hears() using a string (not regex), trigger.args is a filtered array of words from the message that begins after the first match of bot mention.

  • If defining a flint.hears() using regex, the trigger.args array is the entire message.

Flint Reference

Classes

Flint
Bot

Objects

Message : object

Message Object

File : object

File Object

Trigger : object

Trigger Object

Events

"log"

Flint log event.

"stop"

Flint stop event.

"start"

Flint start event.

"initialized"

Flint initialized event.

"roomLocked"

Room Locked event.

"roomUnocked"

Room Unocked event.

"personEnters"

Person Enter Room event.

"botAddedAsModerator"

Bot Added as Room Moderator.

"botRemovedAsModerator"

Bot Removed as Room Moderator.

"personAddedAsModerator"

Person Added as Moderator.

"personRemovedAsModerator"

Person Removed as Moderator.

"personExits"

Person Exits Room.

"mentioned"

Bot Mentioned.

"message"

Message Recieved.

"files"

File Recieved.

"spawn"

Bot Spawned.

"despawn"

Bot Despawned.

Flint

Kind: global class
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringFlint UUID
activebooleanFlint active state
intializedbooleanFlint fully initialized
isBotAccountbooleanIs Flint attached to Spark using a bot account?
isUserAccountbooleanIs Flint attached to Spark using a user account?
personobjectFlint person object
emailstringFlint email
sparkobjectThe Spark instance used by flint

new Flint(options)

Creates an instance of Flint.

ParamTypeDescription
optionsObjectConfiguration object containing Flint settings.

Example

var options = {
  webhookUrl: 'http://myserver.com/flint',
  token: 'Tm90aGluZyB0byBzZWUgaGVyZS4uLiBNb3ZlIGFsb25nLi4u'
};
var flint = new Flint(options);

flint.options : object

Options Object

Kind: instance namespace of Flint
Properties

NameTypeDefaultDescription
tokenstringSpark Token.
webhookUrlstringURL that is used for Spark API to send callbacks. If this field is omitted, flint will use the webex javascript sdk to register to listen for the events via websocket instead.
[webhookSecret]stringIf specified, inbound webhooks are authorized before being processed. This configuration is ignored if webhookUrl is not set.
[messageFormat]string"text"Default Spark message format to use with bot.say().
[maxPageItems]number50Max results that the paginator uses.
[maxConcurrent]number3Max concurrent sessions to the Spark API
[minTime]number600Min time between consecutive request starts.
[requeueMinTime]numberminTime*10Min time between consecutive request starts of requests that have been re-queued.
[requeueMaxRetry]number3Msx number of atteempts to make for failed request.
[requeueCodes]array[429,500,503]Array of http result codes that should be retried.
[requestTimeout]number20000Timeout for an individual request recieving a response.
[queueSize]number10000Size of the buffer that holds outbound requests.
[requeueSize]number10000Size of the buffer that holds outbound re-queue requests.
[id]string"random"The id this instance of flint uses.
[webhookRequestJSONLocation]string"body"The property under the Request to find the JSON contents. This configuration is ignored if webhookUrl is not set.
[removeWebhooksOnStart]BooleantrueIf you wish to have the bot remove all account webhooks when starting. This configuration is ignored if webhookUrl is not set.

flint.setSparkToken(token) ⇒ Promise.<String>

Tests, and then sets a new Spark Token.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
tokenStringNew Spark Token for Flint to use.

Example

flint.setSparkToken('Tm90aGluZyB0byBzZWUgaGVyZS4uLiBNb3ZlIGFsb25nLi4u')
  .then(function(token) {
     console.log('token updated to: ' + token);
  });

flint.stop() ⇒ Promise.<Boolean>

Stop Flint.

Kind: instance method of Flint
Example

flint.stop();

flint.start() ⇒ Promise.<Boolean>

Start Flint.

Kind: instance method of Flint
Example

flint.start();

flint.restart() ⇒ Promise.<Boolean>

Restart Flint.

Kind: instance method of Flint
Example

flint.restart();

flint.getMessage(messageId) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Get Message Object by ID

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
messageIdStringMessage ID from Spark API.

flint.getFiles(messageId) ⇒ Promise.<Array>

Get Files from Message Object by ID

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
messageIdStringMessage ID from Spark API.

flint.hears(phrase, action, [helpText], [preference]) ⇒ String

Add action to be performed when bot hears a phrase.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDefaultDescription
phraseRegex | StringThe phrase as either a regex or string. If regex, matches on entire message.If string, matches on first word.
actionfunctionThe function to execute when phrase is matched. Function is executed with 2 variables. Trigger and Bot. The Trigger Object contains information about the person who entered a message that matched the phrase. The Bot Object is an instance of the Bot Class as it relates to the room the message was heard.
[helpText]StringThe string of text that describes how this command operates.
[preference]Number0Specifies preference of phrase action when overlapping phrases are matched. On multiple matches with same preference, all matched actions are excuted. On multiple matches with difference preference values, only the lower preferenced matched action(s) are executed.

Example

// using a string to match first word and defines help text
flint.hears('/say', function(bot, trigger, id) {
  bot.say(trigger.args.slice(1, trigger.arges.length - 1));
}, '/say <greeting> - Responds with a greeting');

Example

// using regex to match across entire message
flint.hears(/(^| )beer( |.|$)/i, function(bot, trigger, id) {
  bot.say('Enjoy a beer, %s! 🍻', trigger.personDisplayName);
});

flint.clearHears(id) ⇒ null

Remove a "flint.hears()" entry.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
idStringThe "hears" ID.

Example

// using a string to match first word and defines help text
var hearsHello = flint.hears('/flint', function(bot, trigger, id) {
  bot.say('Hello %s!', trigger.personDisplayName);
});
flint.clearHears(hearsHello);

Display help for registered Flint Commands.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDefaultDescription
[header]StringUsage:String to use in header before displaying help message.
[footer]StringPowered by Flint - https://github.com/nmarus/flintString to use in footer before displaying help message.

Example

flint.hears('/help', function(bot, trigger, id) {
  bot.say(flint.showHelp());
});

flint.setAuthorizer(Action) ⇒ Boolean

Attaches authorizer function.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
ActionfunctionThe function to execute when phrase is matched to authenticate a user. The function is passed the bot, trigger, and id and expects a return value of true or false.

Example

function myAuthorizer(bot, trigger, id) {
  if(trigger.personEmail === 'john@test.com') {
    return true;
  }
  else if(trigger.personDomain === 'test.com') {
    return true;
  }
  else {
    return false;
  }
}
flint.setAuthorizer(myAuthorizer);

flint.clearAuthorizer() ⇒ null

Removes authorizer function.

Kind: instance method of Flint
Example

flint.clearAuthorizer();

flint.storageDriver(Driver) ⇒ null

Defines storage backend.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
DriverfunctionThe storage driver.

Example

// define memory store (default if not specified)
flint.storageDriver(new MemStore());

flint.use(path) ⇒ Boolean

Load a Plugin from a external file.

Kind: instance method of Flint

ParamTypeDescription
pathStringLoad a plugin at given path.

Example

flint.use('events.js');

Example

// events.js
module.exports = function(flint) {
  flint.on('spawn', function(bot) {
    console.log('new bot spawned in room: %s', bot.myroom.title);
  });
  flint.on('despawn', function(bot) {
    console.log('bot despawned in room: %s', bot.myroom.title);
  });
  flint.on('messageCreated', function(message, bot) {
    console.log('"%s" said "%s" in room "%s"', message.personEmail, message.text, bot.myroom.title);
  });
};

Bot

Kind: global class
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringBot UUID
activebooleanBot active state
personobjectBot Person Object
emailstringBot email
teamobjectBot team object
roomobjectBot room object
membershipobjectBot membership object
isLockedbooleanIf bot is locked
isModeratorbooleanIf bot is a moderator
isGroupbooleanIf bot is in Group Room
isDirectbooleanIf bot is in 1:1/Direct Room
isDirectTostringRecipient Email if bot is in 1:1/Direct Room
isTeambooleanIf bot is in Team Room
lastActivitydateLast bot activity

new Bot(flint)

Creates a Bot instance that is then attached to a Spark Room.

ParamTypeDescription
flintObjectThe flint object this Bot spawns under.

bot.exit() ⇒ Promise.<Boolean>

Instructs Bot to exit from room.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Example

bot.exit();

bot.add(email(s), [moderator]) ⇒ Promise.<Array>

Instructs Bot to add person(s) to room.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Returns: Promise.<Array> - Array of emails added

ParamTypeDescription
email(s)String | ArrayEmail Address (or Array of Email Addresses) of Person(s) to add to room.
[moderator]BooleanAdd as moderator.

Example

// add one person to room by email
bot.add('john@test.com');

Example

// add one person as moderator to room by email
bot.add('john@test.com', true)
  .catch(function(err) {
    // log error if unsuccessful
    console.log(err.message);
  });

Example

// add 3 people to room by email
bot.add(['john@test.com', 'jane@test.com', 'bill@test.com']);

bot.remove(email(s)) ⇒ Promise.<Array>

Instructs Bot to remove person from room.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Returns: Promise.<Array> - Array of emails removed

ParamTypeDescription
email(s)String | ArrayEmail Address (or Array of Email Addresses) of Person(s) to remove from room.

Example

// remove one person to room by email
bot.remove('john@test.com');

Example

// remove 3 people from room by email
bot.remove(['john@test.com', 'jane@test.com', 'bill@test.com']);

bot.getModerators() ⇒ Promise.<Array>

Get room moderators.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Example

bot.getModerators()
  .then(function(moderators) {
    console.log(moderators);
  });

bot.newRoom(name, emails) ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Create new room with people by email

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
nameStringName of room.
emailsArrayEmails of people to add to room.

bot.newTeamRoom(name, emails) ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Create new Team Room

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
nameStringName of room.
emailsArrayEmails of people to add to room.

bot.moderateRoom() ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Enable Room Moderation.Enable.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Example

bot.moderateRoom()
  .then(function(err) {
    console.log(err.message)
  });

bot.unmoderateRoom() ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Disable Room Moderation.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Example

bot.unmoderateRoom()
  .then(function(err) {
    console.log(err.message)
  });

bot.moderatorSet(email(s)) ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Assign Moderator in Room

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
email(s)String | ArrayEmail Address (or Array of Email Addresses) of Person(s) to assign as moderator.

Example

bot.moderatorSet('john@test.com')
  .then(function(err) {
    console.log(err.message)
  });

bot.moderatorClear(email(s)) ⇒ Promise.<Bot>

Unassign Moderator in Room

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
email(s)String | ArrayEmail Address (or Array of Email Addresses) of Person(s) to unassign as moderator.

Example

bot.moderatorClear('john@test.com')
  .then(function(err) {
    console.log(err.message)
  });

bot.implode() ⇒ Promise.<Boolean>

Remove a room and all memberships.

Kind: instance method of Bot
Example

flint.hears('/implode', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.implode();
});

bot.say([format], message) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Send text with optional file to room.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDefaultDescription
[format]StringtextSet message format. Valid options are 'text' or 'markdown'.
messageString | ObjectMessage to send to room. This can be a simple string, or a object for advanced use.

Example

// Simple example
flint.hears('/hello', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say('hello');
});

Example

// Simple example to send message and file
flint.hears('/file', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say({text: 'Here is your file!', file: 'http://myurl/file.doc'});
});

Example

// Markdown Method 1 - Define markdown as default
flint.messageFormat = 'markdown';
flint.hears('/hello', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say('**hello**, How are you today?');
});

Example

// Markdown Method 2 - Define message format as part of argument string
flint.hears('/hello', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say('markdown', '**hello**, How are you today?');
});

Example

// Mardown Method 3 - Use an object (use this method of bot.say() when needing to send a file in the same message as markdown text.
flint.hears('/hello', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.say({markdown: '*Hello <@personEmail:' + trigger.personEmail + '|' + trigger.personDisplayName + '>*'});
});

bot.dm(email, [format], message) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Send text with optional file in a direct message. This sends a message to a 1:1 room with the user (creates 1:1, if one does not already exist)

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDefaultDescription
emailStringEmail of person to send Direct Message.
[format]StringtextSet message format. Valid options are 'text' or 'markdown'.
messageString | ObjectMessage to send to room. This can be a simple string, or a object for advanced use.

Example

// Simple example
flint.hears('/dm', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.dm('someone@domain.com', 'hello');
});

Example

// Simple example to send message and file
flint.hears('/dm', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.dm('someone@domain.com', {text: 'Here is your file!', file: 'http://myurl/file.doc'});
});

Example

// Markdown Method 1 - Define markdown as default
flint.messageFormat = 'markdown';
flint.hears('/dm', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.dm('someone@domain.com', '**hello**, How are you today?');
});

Example

// Markdown Method 2 - Define message format as part of argument string
flint.hears('/dm', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.dm('someone@domain.com', 'markdown', '**hello**, How are you today?');
});

Example

// Mardown Method 3 - Use an object (use this method of bot.dm() when needing to send a file in the same message as markdown text.
flint.hears('/dm', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.dm('someone@domain.com', {markdown: '*Hello <@personEmail:' + trigger.personEmail + '|' + trigger.personDisplayName + '>*'});
});

bot.uploadStream(filename, stream) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Upload a file to a room using a Readable Stream

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
filenameStringFile name used when uploading to room
streamStream.ReadableStream Readable

Example

flint.hears('/file', function(bot, trigger) {

  // define filename used when uploading to room
  var filename = 'test.png';

  // create readable stream
  var stream = fs.createReadStream('/my/file/test.png');

  bot.uploadStream(filename, stream);
});

bot.upload(filepath) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Upload a file to room.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
filepathStringFile Path to upload

Example

flint.hears('/file', function(bot, trigger) {
  bot.upload('test.png');
});

bot.censor(messageId) ⇒ Promise.<Message>

Remove Message By Id.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamType
messageIdString

bot.roomRename(title) ⇒ Promise.<Room>

Set Title of Room.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamType
titleString

Example

bot.roomRename('My Renamed Room')
  .then(function(err) {
    console.log(err.message)
  });

bot.getMessages(count) ⇒ Promise.<Array>

Get messages from room. Returned data has newest message at bottom.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamType
countInteger

Example

bot.getMessages(5).then(function(messages) {
  messages.forEach(function(message) {
    // display message text
    if(message.text) {
      console.log(message.text);
    }
  });
});

bot.store(key, value) ⇒ Promise.<String> | Promise.<Number> | Promise.<Boolean> | Promise.<Array> | Promise.<Object>

Store key/value data.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
keyStringKey under id object
valueString | Number | Boolean | Array | ObjectValue of key

bot.recall([key]) ⇒ Promise.<String> | Promise.<Number> | Promise.<Boolean> | Promise.<Array> | Promise.<Object>

Recall value of data stored by 'key'.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
[key]StringKey under id object (optional). If key is not passed, all keys for id are returned as an object.

bot.forget([key]) ⇒ Promise.<String> | Promise.<Number> | Promise.<Boolean> | Promise.<Array> | Promise.<Object>

Forget a key or entire store.

Kind: instance method of Bot

ParamTypeDescription
[key]StringKey under id object (optional). If key is not passed, id and all children are removed.

Message : object

Message Object

Kind: global namespace
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringMessage ID
personIdstringPerson ID
personEmailstringPerson Email
personAvatarstringPersonAvatar URL
personDomainstringPerson Domain Name
personDisplayNamestringPerson Display Name
roomIdstringRoom ID
textstringMessage text
filesarrayArray of File objects
createddateDate Message created

File : object

File Object

Kind: global namespace
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringSpark API Content ID
namestringFile name
extstringFile extension
typestringHeader [content-type] for file
binarybufferFile contents as binary
base64stringFile contents as base64 encoded string
personIdstringPerson ID of who added file
personEmailstringPerson Email of who added file
personAvatarstringPersonAvatar URL
personDomainstringPerson Domain Name
personDisplayNamestringPerson Display Name
createddateDate file was added to room

Trigger : object

Trigger Object

Kind: global namespace
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringMessage ID
phrasestring | regexMatched lexicon phrase
textstringMessage Text (or false if no text)
rawstringUnprocessed Message Text (or false if no text)
htmlstringMessage HTML (or false if no html)
markdownstringMessage Markdown (or false if no markdown)
mentionedPeoplearrayMentioned People (or false if no mentioned)
filesarrayMessage Files (or false if no files in trigger)
argsarrayFiltered array of words in message text.
createddateMessage Created date
roomIdstringRoom ID
roomTitlestringRoom Title
roomTypestringRoom Type (group or direct)
roomIsLockedbooleanRoom Locked/Moderated status
personIdstringPerson ID
personEmailstringPerson Email
personDisplayNamestringPerson Display Name
personUsernamestringPerson Username
personDomainstringPerson Domain name
personAvatarstringPerson Avatar URL
personMembershipobjectPerson Membership object for person

"log"

Flint log event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
messagestringLog Message

"stop"

Flint stop event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringFlint UUID

"start"

Flint start event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringFlint UUID

"initialized"

Flint initialized event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
idstringFlint UUID

"roomLocked"

Room Locked event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

"roomUnocked"

Room Unocked event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

"personEnters"

Person Enter Room event.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
personobjectPerson Object
idstringFlint UUID

"botAddedAsModerator"

Bot Added as Room Moderator.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

"botRemovedAsModerator"

Bot Removed as Room Moderator.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

"personAddedAsModerator"

Person Added as Moderator.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
personobjectPerson Object
idstringFlint UUID

"personRemovedAsModerator"

Person Removed as Moderator.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
personobjectPerson Object
idstringFlint UUID

"personExits"

Person Exits Room.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
personobjectPerson Object
idstringFlint UUID

"mentioned"

Bot Mentioned.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
triggerobjectTrigger Object
idstringFlint UUID

"message"

Message Recieved.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
triggerobjectTrigger Object
idstringFlint UUID

"files"

File Recieved.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
triggertriggerTrigger Object
idstringFlint UUID

"spawn"

Bot Spawned.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

"despawn"

Bot Despawned.

Kind: event emitted
Properties

NameTypeDescription
botobjectBot Object
idstringFlint UUID

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Copyright (c) 2016-2017

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