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The Explanation section discusses topics that broaden your knowledge of Wechaty. Technical facts and some tidbits of useful information are found here to give you more clarity and understanding of what Wechaty is all about.


Wechaty is a conversational Robotic process automation (RPA) software development kit for chatbot makers. This section will introduce you to the basics of RPA.


This section will introduce you to some of the core concepts used in the Wechaty ecosystem. These concepts will help you develop a deeper understanding of the underlying technologies.


The Architecture section discusses the fundamental structures of a Wechaty chatbot. You will learn how the chatbot works and interacts with other components, how each of the components is represented, and how it all fits as a whole.


As a SDK for creating chatbots, Wechaty is similar to many other technologies. This section will introduce you to these technologies and highlight their similarities and differences.


The Glossary familiarizes you with the terminologies used throughout the Wechaty site.

DevOps Toolset

This section will introduce you to some of the DevOps tools you can integrate as part of your workflow.


Wechaty is a modern conversational robotic process automation SDK for chatbot makers. In this section, you will gain an understanding of what a Software Development Kit is and why Wechaty should be your preferred SDK for making chatbots. You will also learn about RPA and conversational interfaces.


The Testing section highlights the tools and frameworks you can use for testing Wechaty chatbots and chatbots in general.


FAQ contains information about the most commonly asked questions and concerns. You will also learn other information about Wechaty as a chatbot creator and as organization itself.


The Troubleshooting section discusses the most common problems that you will encounter while using Wechaty to create chatbots as well as contributing to Wechaty and the Wechaty documentation.


The Docusaurus section will introduce you to the GitHub-flavored Markdown syntax and Docusaurus.