How To Host Twitter Bots | Deploy Twitter Bots to a Linux Server
Twitter bots are a great way to practice using an API and developing some coding skills along the way. You can usually get the bot going for under 100 lines of code, so it’s especially good for beginners. In this tutorial, PJ Metz shows you how to use Node.js to have your bot tweeting in no time.
0:14 – Intro
1:23 – Code Overview
10:07 – Creating a Linode
12:42 – Updating the server
14:14 – Adding Files to the Server
16:55 – Starting the bot
19:11 – Outro
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