Developing Bots with Microsoft Bots Framework

Create Intelligent Bots using MS Bot Framework and Azure Cognitive Services

; Ritesh Modi

Develop Intelligent Bots using Microsoft Bot framework (C# and Node.js), Visual Studio Enterprise & Code, MicrosoftAzure and Cognitive Services. This book shows you how to develop great Bots, publish to Azure and register with Bot portal so that customers canconnect and communicate using famous communication channels like Skype, Slack, Web and Facebook. Les mer
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Develop Intelligent Bots using Microsoft Bot framework (C# and Node.js), Visual Studio Enterprise & Code, MicrosoftAzure and Cognitive Services. This book shows you how to develop great Bots, publish to Azure and register with Bot portal so that customers canconnect and communicate using famous communication channels like Skype, Slack, Web and Facebook. You'll also learn how to build intelligence into Bots using Azure Cognitive Services like LUIS, OCR, Speech to Text and Web Search.Bots are the new face of user experience. Conversational User Interface provides many options to make userexperience richer, innovative and engaging with email, text, buttons or voice as the medium for communication.Modern line of business applications can be replaced or associated with Intelligent Bots that can use data/historycombined with Machine Intelligence to make user experience inclusive and exciting.
With Developing Bots with Microsoft Bots Framework, you'll see just how simple Bot building can be.
What You'll Learn


Build Bots using MS Bot framework on Windows and Non-Windows platforms

Publish your Bot to the cloud in minutes

Create rich communication platforms between your application and users

Apply Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to your applications

Who This Book Is For
Developers and Architects who design and build modern applications or communication platforms using MS stack or open source technologies.
Business Analysts and UX Specialists interested in designing and building trendy user interfaces/platforms using Bots and Azure ML

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Developing Bots with Microsoft Bots Framework, Srikanth Machiraju

Chapter 1: Conversations as Platforms
Chapter 2: Developing Skype Bot using .NET Core
Chapter 3: Developing Bots Using Node JS
Chapter 4: Channels
Chapter 5: Bot Conversations
Chapter 6: Skype Calling Bots
Chapter 7: Storing State
Chapter 8: Dialogs
Chapter 9: Natural Language Processing
Chapter 10: Azure Cognitive Services
Chapter 11: Bot Operations

Om forfatteren

Srikanth Machiraju has over nine years of experience as a developer, architect, technical trainer and communityspeaker. He is currently working with Microsoft Hyderabad designing and preaching modern application developmentusing cutting-edge platforms and technologies. Prior to Microsoft he worked at BrainScale as Technicaltraining/SME on application building and migrations with Azure. He is a tech savvy developer who is passionateabout embracing new technologies and sharing his learning as blogs or wider communities. He has also authored"Learned Windows Server Containers", blogs at https://vishwanathsrikanth.wordpress.com and active on LinkedIn athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/vishsrik/
Ritesh Modi is an ex-Microsoft commercial software engineering senior technical evangelist. He is an architect, senior evangelist, Cloud architect, published author, speaker, and a known leader for his contributions towardsDatacenter, Azure, Bots, Blockchain, Cognitive services, DevOps, Artificial Intelligence and automation. Currently, he is working as Principal Consultant with Infront Consulting. He has more than a decade of experience in building and deploying enterprise solutions for customers and recently co-authored Introducing Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview with the Windows Server team.
He has spoken at multiple conferences including TechEd and PowerShell Asia, does lots of internal training and is a writer for MSDN magazine.