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Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security. It’s superfast, simple and free. This repo contains the official source code for Telegram App for Android.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Set the message content .
- Initializes the layout of the dialog .
- Receive message from remote server .
- Method to start the database to be updated .
- Shows this dialog with the specified action and action .
- Run a link request .
- Check the send button .
- Update message data .
- Sets the switch to the given index .
- Search for username or hash or hash .
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I use the Shariff solution with an statistics backend to provide visitors with an easy way to share content on social media.
0 element to every share provider (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, ...), which has a related share count number in the statistics backend data.
Now, I would like to style every Shariff button, which does not have a
share_count element, using only CSS.
This is how an Shariff button with a share count looks like in HTML:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-25 at 18:18
Well you could do
I am trying to set up the new @faker-js/faker library. So far, I did this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 17:19
Try to install the corresponding type declarations by running the command
npm i @types/faker
I'm a student and I have deployed a Telegram bot on Heroku's free tier which used by some students of my university. It would be better if I could see my bot's metrics to improve it more. I know I can upgrade to a paid Dyno to view metrics but currently I'm not in a position to do a such thing so is there a way to view app's metrics in Heroku's free tier?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-15 at 16:05
I couldn't find a way to view metrics in Heroku's free tier but found an alternative which is Render.com. At the time of writing this render.com allows users' to view metrics in their free tier.
I have a translator bot in telegram group. It translates all messages that every member types in the group.
But sometimes it's annoying when loads of texts are uploaded so I want to pause some time and restart by typing some order like
Do you think it's going to be possible to do? I want some hints...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 02:49
You could use global variable to control when it can translate and when it can't do it - ie,
paused. And use message
/start to set it
/end to set it
Not tested code - I'm not sure if module runs all in one thread
(multiprocessing would need to keep it in file or database).
Code needs also to check user ID so only admin could do this.
I made a bot that waits for videos from several channels and sends new ones to telegram.. Here is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 13:20
The following code fails to decode the latitude and longitude.
The output is:
132, 1, 1645780273, 77276230, 0, -0.000000, 0.000000, doing a wrong conversion on the last 2 values latitude & longitude.
If I remove the first 4 values and delete
uint32_t identifiers; from the struct i get the correct result
132, 1, 1645780273, 77276230, 0, 59.877871, 10.465200
Any help in understanding this behavior ist very appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 20:59
This has to do with struct padding.
Generally speaking, members of a struct start at an offset which is a multiple of that member's size for alignment purposes. Because of this, there are 4 padding bytes between the
latitude members so that the latter can reside at an offset that is a multiple of 8. That means the struct is 4 bytes larger than you think it is.
If you're able to, you should rearrange the members so that they align at a natural offset so that there is no padding between the members (although there may still be padding at the end).
If that's not an option, you can pack the struct using a compiler-specific attribute. If you're using gcc, you would do the following:
I have a telegram bot which publishes messages to somebot using this code....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-26 at 10:10
As your Bot already is an Admin of the channel you want it to post in, you just need to change the
Bot.send_message() to the one of the channel the bot is meant to send posts in.
You can obtain this ID for example by using Bgram Telegram client or IDBot.
Hope it helps ;)
So I heard you can create USER bots on TG, as in BOT-like bots but in USER accounts rather than BOT accounts.
I've been searching for ages, cannot find any libs related to MTProto with good documentation on how one actually goes about doing this.
I found the question: How do I use Telegram API without a bot?
however its for another language.
Please let me know if this is still possible, and if so, what libraries are useful for this - libraries that have docs preferably....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-24 at 17:39
TdLib is what you looking for!
TDLib (Telegram Database Library) is a cross-platform, fully functional Telegram client. We designed it to help third-party developers create their own custom apps using the Telegram platform.
TdLib supports multiple languages and has a JSON interface for other languages. So don't worry about your programming language.
It even abstracts whether the internet is connected or not, downloads multiple files based on priority, and so on. I strongly suggest you use TdLib.
I am running a Spring Boot app that uses WebClient for both non-blocking and blocking HTTP requests. After the app has run for some time, all outgoing HTTP requests seem to get stuck.
WebClient is used to send requests to multiple hosts, but as an example, here is how it is initialized and used to send requests to Telegram:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-20 at 14:25
I would propose to take a look in the RateLimiter direction. Maybe it does not work as expected, depending on the number of requests your application does over time. From the Javadoc for Ratelimiter: "It is important to note that the number of permits requested never affects the throttling of the request itself ... but it affects the throttling of the next request. I.e., if an expensive task arrives at an idle RateLimiter, it will be granted immediately, but it is the next request that will experience extra throttling, thus paying for the cost of the expensive task." Also helpful might be this discussion: github or github
I could imaginge there is some throttling adding up or other effect in the RateLimiter, i would try to play around with it and make sure this thing really works the way you want. Alternatively, consider using Spring @Scheduled to read from your queue. You might want to spice it up using embedded JMS for further goodies (message persistence etc).
I am building a Telegram bot in C#, deployed with AWS Lambda. Telegram bot and Lambda are connected via a webhook and work fine. I need to schedule deleting a bot's message in a few minutes without blocking the bot. It must keep accepting and process new requests.
As for now I see the solution in using
Task.Delay. However, the instance created by AWS to execute lambda doesn't scale and users have to wait until the delay is ended to handle the following request from the queue.
From the official documentation:
The first time you invoke your function, AWS Lambda creates an instance of the function and runs its handler method to process the event. When the function returns a response, it stays active and waits to process additional events. If you invoke the function again while the first event is being processed, Lambda initializes another instance, and the function processes the two events concurrently. As more events come in, Lambda routes them to available instances and creates new instances as needed. When the number of requests decreases, Lambda stops unused instances to free up scaling capacity for other functions.
The default regional concurrency quota starts at 1,000 instances.
As far as I understand the whole Lambda thing is about delegating concurrent execution to AWS. If a handler takes some time to fulfil a request, then AWS automatically creates the second instance to process the following request. Isn't it?
How can I implement concurrency/configure lambda/rewrite code to enable handling multiple bot events?
I've already watched through AWS Step Functions and EventBridges to solve the problem, but before diving deeper into them it would make sense to clarify that there is no a simple and straightforward solution that I missed.
P.S. Please keep in mind that this is my first experience in building a telegram bot and using AWS Lambda functions. The problem may lie completely outside AWS and Telegram Bot API....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 13:45
You need to realize that when you trigger that delay in a Lambda function, that instance of the function becomes suspended and will not handle another request. A Lambda function instance will not be sent another request until it returns a response. The Lambda function instance is effectively blocked, just watching its system clock waiting for the 2 minute delay to finish.
When you trigger another request while the first request is waiting for the delay, all you are doing is starting another instance, which is then also going to sit and wait for its own 2 minute delay to complete.
The way you've coded this Lambda function, each request is going to trigger a 2 minute delay and wait for that delay before it returns a response. And you are getting charged for each of those 2 minute delays, because you are still occupying AWS compute resources, although all they are doing is monitoring a system clock for 2 minutes.
I suggest having your Lambda function quickly push the message into an SQS delay queue and exit as soon as it has done that. Then have another Lambda function configured with the SQS queue as an event source, that takes the SQS message and does your delete.
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You can use Telegram like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Telegram component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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