I'm Sr Izan, your fellow user and contributor.
Today I'm going to show you how to get started with sern and all its cool features.
Step 1: Install the CLI.
Install the CLI:
npm i -g @sern/cli
and then run
You can also run
sern init -y if you want to use the default options.
The CLI is written in Typescript and open-sourced on Github. (thanks evo!)
Step 2: Have some way to store secrets.
Normally you'd need a way to store secrets, and the best way to do that is by installing another package:
npm i dotenv in the project folder and add
require('dotenv').config() to your import section. Then, when you login,
process.env.TOKEN (or however you have it named on your
.env file) should do the trick.
If you're using ESM, configure dotenv with
import 'dotenv/config' instead of
And... that's it?
Yes, that's it. Here's a little FAQ to get you started. You can also join the Discord for any problems.
Extra: Video tutorial!
Q: How do I publish a slash command?
A: Install the publish extension. Little video:
Q: Any snippet VSCode extension?
A: Yeah, just search
sern Snippets made by a verified publisher called Sr Izan (haha yeah me funny!)
A: Hey, don't panic! We're here to help so, join the Discord. We're trying to get to 100 members!