Python Wrapper for Facebook Messenger Platform
Python Wrapper for Facebook Messenger Platform.
Disclaimer: This wrapper is NOT an official wrapper and do not attempt to represent Facebook in anyway.
This wrapper has the following functions:
- send_text_message(recipient_id, message)
- send_message(recipient_id, message)
- send_generic_message(recipient_id, elements)
- send_button_message(recipient_id, text, buttons)
- send_quick_reply(recipient_id, text, buttons)
- send_attachment(recipient_id, attachment_type, attachment_path)
- send_attachment_url(recipient_id, attachment_type, attachment_url)
- send_image(recipient_id, image_path)
- send_image_url(recipient_id, image_url)
- send_audio(recipient_id, audio_path)
- send_audio_url(recipient_id, audio_url)
- send_video(recipient_id, video_path)
- send_video_url(recipient_id, video_url)
- send_file(recipient_id, file_path)
- send_file_url(recipient_id, file_url)
- send_action(recipient_id, action)
You can see the code/documentation for there in bot.py.
The functions return the full JSON body of the actual API call to Facebook.
Register for an Access Token
You’ll need to setup a Facebook App, Facebook Page, get the Page Access Token and link the App to the Page before you can really start to use the Send/Receive service.
pip install pymessenger2
from pymessenger2.bot import Bot bot = Bot(<access_token>, [optional: app_secret]) bot.send_text_message(recipient_id, message)
Note: From Facebook regarding User IDs
These ids are page-scoped. These ids differ from those returned from Facebook Login apps which are app-scoped. You must use ids retrieved from a Messenger integration for this page in order to function properly.
If app_secret is initialized, an app_secret_proof will be generated and send with every request. Appsecret Proofs helps further secure your client access tokens. You can find out more on the Facebook Docs
Sending a generic template message:
Generic Template Messages allows you to add cool elements like images, text all in a single bubble.
from pymessenger2.bot import Bot from pymessenger2 import Element bot = Bot(<access_token>) elements =  element = Element(title="test", image_url="<arsenal_logo.png>", subtitle="subtitle", item_url="http://arsenal.com") elements.append(element) bot.send_generic_message(recipient_id, elements)
Generic Bot Output
Sending an image/video/file using an URL:
from pymessenger2.bot import Bot bot = Bot(<access_token>) image_url = "http://url/to/image.png" bot.send_image_url(recipient_id, image_url)
- Structured Messages
- Receipt Messages
Screenshot of Echo Facebook Bot
You can find an example of an Echo Facebook Bot in examples/
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