Most terms for objects remain the same between 0.9 and 1.0. The major difference is that the
Server is now called
Guild, to stay in line with Discord internally
Implementation Specific Entities
Discord.Net 1.0 is split into a core library, and three different implementations - Discord.Net.Core, Discord.Net.Rest, Discord.Net.Rpc, and Discord.Net.WebSockets.
As a bot developer, you will only need to use Discord.Net.WebSockets, but you should be aware of the differences between them.
Discord.Net.Core provides a set of interfaces that model Discord's
API. These interfaces are consistent throughout all implementations of
Discord.Net, and if you are writing an implementation-agnostic library
or addon, you can rely on the core interfaces to ensure that your
addon will run on all platforms.
Discord.Net.Rest provides a set of concrete classes to be used
strictly with the REST portion of Discord's API. Entities in
this implementation are prefixed with
Discord.Net.Rpc provides a set of concrete classes that are used with
Discord's RPC API. Entities in this implementation are prefixed with
Discord.Net.WebSocket provides a set of concrete classes that are used
primarily with Discord's WebSocket API, or entities that are kept in
cache. When developing bots, you will be using this implementation. All
entities are prefixed with