The Gupshup InApp Bot REST API allows developers to create and deploy messaging bots within applications. Some of the API methods include accessing accounts, creating bots, and deploying bot messages. Gupshup provides developers tools to build and deploy bots for many platforms and across channels.
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The Gupshup Node.js Sample Code demonstrates how to use the SDK to create a bot for chat and messenger purposes. Developers can install the supporting packages, verify the installed version, and generate a project.
The Gupshup Java Sample Code demonstrates how to interact with the API to access bot development features. Developers can create a bot identity on Gupshup by installing and configuring Maven, adding the archetype catalogue, and creating a bot project.