I have been playing around with things like ManyChat and wanted to learn how to set up my own webhook for a messenger bot I wanted to make, but I am having some issues getting started with the webhook. Is it possible to host the bot's webhook on Github? I sort of jumped into all of this head first and am learning as I go with everything. From what I understand, any files that the bot would need to process messages and requests would be drawn from on github, correct? If so, then how do I exactly set up the files to be used by the bot and get that linked to the bot when uploading to my repo? I was trying to follow a tutorial by Hartley Brody which used Heroku, but I was having issues with commands like mkvirtualenv, so that makes me think I am neglecting a program that should be installed on my computer. I tried following the basic webhook development creation on facebook, but I would get npm ERR! path filepath\messenger-webhook\node_modules\.staging npm ERR! code EEXIST npm ERR! errno -4075 npm ERR! syscall mkdir npm ERR! EEXIST: file already exists, mkdir 'filepath\messenger-webhook\node_modules\.staging' npm ERR! File exists: filepath\messenger-webhook\node_modules\.staging npm ERR! Move it away, and try again. Am I neglecting something with the npm package.json? Is there something overall that may help me get a better start in creating all of this? Thank you for your help!
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