- Using quick replies
- Using rich menus
- Using Flex Messages
- Using the LINE URL scheme
- Using beacons
- Sharing your bot with users
- Linking user accounts
Our Messaging API SDKs include libraries, tools, and samples to make it easier for you to start developing bot applications with the Messaging API. Both the official SDKs and community SDKs are open-sourced and available in a variety of different programming languages.
LINE official SDKs for the Messaging API.
Community SDKs and libraries
Our community SDKs and libraries are developed by third party developers and are available under general open source licenses. While LINE conducts limited reviews on the community SDKs, LINE does not provide official support or guarantees for these SDKs. Refer to the applicable licenses and disclaimers for each SDK.
|line_bot_framework||PHP||Framework for developing bots||shidec||MIT|
|line-chatbot-boilerplate||Python||Template for developing bots||mgilangjanuar||MIT|
|LINESimulator||n/a||LINE simulator for debugging bots||kenakamu||MIT|
|line-richmenus-manager||n/a||GUI tool for creating and managing rich menus||kenakamu||MIT|
|linebot||Node.js||SDK for the LINE Messaging API for Node.js||boybundit||MIT|
|botbuilder-linebot-connector||Node.js||Microsoft Bot Framework V3 connector for the LINE Messaging API||Wolke||MIT|
|bottender||Node.js||Framework that lets you quickly create bots that can run on multiple platforms||Yoctol||MIT|
|messaging-api-line||Node.js||SDK for the LINE Messaging API for Node.js||Yoctol||MIT|
|line-bot-sdk-dotnet||C#||SDK for the LINE Messaging API for .NET Standard||dlemstra||Apache-2.0|
|LineMessagingApi||C#||SDK for the LINE Messaging API for C#||pierre3||MIT|