Facebook Chatbot (Bot) are used for Facebook's most recent apps like Facebook Home, and Facebook Messenger. If you want to make your own Facebook Messenger Bot, here are the steps to create one yourself. The instructions are easy to follow.
You can start by getting your Messenger Bot app, so that you can test your bot. When you've done this, and if you have a Facebook ID and Password, you can go ahead and get started.
To do this, go to your Facebook App Settings, and go to "Beta Program". If you're on iPhone, you can just tap your name to the top-right button. Go ahead and click "Create Test Account". In Facebook, go to Account settings, and then click on the "Beta Program" link.
Next, click on the button, and on the next screen, you will find the link, "Get Started". This link will help you get into the program. Now, there are different tools to help you get started, such as itunespipeline, which enables you to submit your code to iTunes. After you're in iTunes, just drag your app to iTunes' "Apps" section, and submit it. Once it's successfully submitted, you will receive a phone call or notification informing you of the results.
To get a background, select your app, tap the tab at the bottom-left and click on "Run Program". You can also run this by tapping the drop-down box that says "If you're using iTunes" and selecting "Apple ID, login, or password". Then enter your Facebook ID and password.
Facebook Bots uses specific scripts, including those built with PHP. Since they are running on your computer, you can get a Google Chrome extension to run your bot. There are free Google Chrome extensions you can download. Just search for it on the search engines and install it.
You also need to create an app for each different online APIs that you want to use. To do this, go to the Facebook App Settings, and click on "Apps". Then, under "App Id", type the ID of the app you want to use. It must be exactly the same as the app ID that you can find under the "Developer" section.
Click on "New App", and give your new app a name. You can also add a description and title. If you've already created a Messenger Bot, you can simply select "Messenger Bot" in the list and use it as the icon.
Next, copy all of the codes from the website that you downloaded, and save them in the file you saved earlier. Copy the codes for your specific API, and save it in a folder. For example, if you're working with Facebook, copy and paste the Google Script codes that were found on the Facebook Developer's site.
To test out your bot, go to Facebook, and open the bot that you've created. Add a friend, and you'll see a window pop up, showing the person you added and a small message, showing that you are on the list. Try to chat with them, and you'll notice that you'll automatically show a small message that you're a friend or send a friend request to them.
If everything goes well, you should be able to send messages from theFacebook Chatbot. By creating two accounts for testing purposes, you can test both accounts simultaneously. To enable the Bots to send and receive messages, go to the Facebook App Settings, and click on "Test Account" under the "Accounts" section.
Once you have it up and running, you can test all the commands for your bot in the same way that you've been testing them with your friend. Be sure to give it a test before using it to everyone. That way, everyone will have a chance to use the Messenger Bot without accidentally sending messages that they don't mean.