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Third Party Integration

You may want to use the Message object provided by third party libraries such as Discord.js and Eris to perform actions such as replying to the user. When using the router.route() method, you can pass the object as the second argument, and be able to retrieve it later.

const Discord = require('discord.js');
const HaSeul = require('haseul').default;

const client = new Discord.Client();
const router = new HaSeul();

  .command('hello', ({ message }) => {
    // We use the "message" object passed in from below.
    message.reply('Hello world!')

client.on('message', (message) => {
  // Pass in the user's message as the first argument.
  // Pass in the "message" object as the second argument.
  router.route(message.content, message);

client.login('your token here');

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