Easily using discord webhooks in python - asynchronous and synchronous - documented at https://discordwebhook.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
from discordwebhook import create # Import discordwebhook create webhook = create.Webhook() # Create Webhook object embed = create.Embed() # Create embed object webhook.username("Example Webhook") # Override webhook username as 'Example Webhook' webhook.message("Hello! This is a message from an example webhook with the `discordwebhook.py` library!") # Message to go with the embed embed.title("Github Logo") # Embed title as 'Github Logo' embed.image(url="https://image.flaticon.com/icons/png/512/25/25231.png") # Embed image as github logo embed.color(0x808080) # Gray embed color webhook.send("WEBHOOK_URL", embed=embed) #Send webhook to given link with the embed
0.0.7 and 0.0.8 Changelog
Added discordwebhook.discordwebhookdiscordwebhook.fetch.Webhook() now supports a Webhook() object instead of just stringChanged discordwebhook.discordwebhook.version.recent to current with alias recentWhen using webhooks set information is stored in variables and can be accessed later by using (webhook).(setData), for example webhook.messageAdded message and tts kwarg to .send to allow for one line webhook sendsAdded kwargs to embed creation to create an experience identical to discord.pyAdded docstrings at the top of filesStarted error handling for embeds, checks on send to keep projects workingFixed fatal error which occured with all embeds after 0.0.7
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