Method: http_wait

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Makes the server send messages waiting in the buffer

Parameters:

Name Type Description Required
max_delay int Denotes the maximum number of milliseconds that has elapsed between the first message for this session and the transmission of an HTTP response Yes
wait_after int after the receipt of the latest message for a particular session, the server waits another wait_after milliseconds in case there are more messages. If there are no additional messages, the result is transmitted (a container with all the messages). Yes
max_wait int If more messages appear, the wait_after timer is reset. Yes

Return type: HttpWait

Can bots use this method: YES

MadelineProto Example:

if (!file_exists('madeline.php')) {
    copy('https://phar.madelineproto.xyz/madeline.php', 'madeline.php');
}
include 'madeline.php';

$MadelineProto = new \danog\MadelineProto\API('session.madeline');
$MadelineProto->start();

$HttpWait = $MadelineProto->http_wait(['max_delay' => int, 'wait_after' => int, 'max_wait' => int, ]);

PWRTelegram HTTP API example (NOT FOR MadelineProto):

As a bot:

POST/GET to https://api.pwrtelegram.xyz/botTOKEN/madeline

Parameters:

As a user:

POST/GET to https://api.pwrtelegram.xyz/userTOKEN/http_wait

Parameters:

max_delay - Json encoded int

wait_after - Json encoded int

max_wait - Json encoded int

Or, if you’re into Lua:

HttpWait = http_wait({max_delay=int, wait_after=int, max_wait=int, })