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Connect to and interact with Twitch chat (IRC) from Node.js or a browser. Control the delay in milliseconds between JOIN requests when using the channels array option. Minimum of 300 milliseconds. If the identity has special permission from Twitch for a higher join rate then you should implement your own calls to the client.join method. Disable receiving JOIN/PART events for other users. Good for decreasing network traffic when joining lots of channels or you don't care about this data. After a threshold per channel Twitch stops sending this data so it may not be necessary for all cases. Channels to automatically join upon connecting. The rate of joins is controlled by the options.joinInterval option. Automatically reconnect the client if it gets disconnected for any reason. Sometimes Twitch will request the client to reconnect and tmi.js will disconnect and reconnect even if this option is set to false.
- Connect to and interact with Twitch chat
- Connect from Node.js or a browser
- You must use an authenticated client (via the identity option) to send messages to chat
- Build yourself
- Anonymous connection
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