Lirxe.VK 1.0.4.1

.NET 5.0
Install-Package Lirxe.VK -Version 1.0.4.1
dotnet add package Lirxe.VK --version 1.0.4.1
<PackageReference Include="Lirxe.VK" Version="1.0.4.1" />
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paket add Lirxe.VK --version 1.0.4.1
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#r "nuget: Lirxe.VK, 1.0.4.1"
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// Install Lirxe.VK as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Lirxe.VK&version=1.0.4.1

// Install Lirxe.VK as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Lirxe.VK&version=1.0.4.1
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LirxeVK

Lirxe provides a lightweight and MVC-like way to build your chatbot application using .NET Core. Russian readme is here

Getting started

The base idea of Lirxe is a source (or listener) getting events should be passed to runner which executes an action, or command inside a controller.

private static async Task Main(string[] args)
{
    var bot = new
    {
        AccessToken = "ACCESS_TOKEN",
        PublicId = (ulong)1
    };
    
    
    var vk = new VkApi();
    vk.Authorize(new ApiAuthParams(){AccessToken = bot.AccessToken});
    var source = new LongpoolSource(vk, bot.PublicId);
    var run = new Runner(new[] {Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly()});
    source.Request += ctx => run.Run(ctx);
    await source.RunAsync();
}

Here we are using a LongpoolSource to get events from VK LongPool API (make sure it's enabled in your group's settings), then pass these to Runner, which will execute an action.

Actions are living inside Controllers. This is an example:

public class Controller:BaseController
    {

        public Controller(ActionContext ctx) : base(ctx) { }
        [DefaultAction]
        public void Default() => Send("This is default action");

        [Action("hello")]
        public async void Hello()
        {
            Send("How you doing?");
            Send($"You doing {(await Prompt("no", ()=>{Send("sad"); Default();})).Text}");
        }
}

There is the Default action being executed when no actions are matching. You can be creative for putting any "Command not found" text here, or usage help, or maybe just ignore it.

Action attribute is used for defining method as actual action. In this example, it just asks the user about hyd using Prompt (i will explain it later), then returns his input (or "sad" when it cancels prompt using "no" word)

Some more documentation

Comming soon.

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Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.4.1 183 8/8/2021
1.0.4 159 8/8/2021
1.0.2 122 7/30/2021
1.0.1 130 7/30/2021
1.0.0 146 7/29/2021