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Joe Mayo April 2016 Entries
Using the Bot Framework Chat Control
One of the places you can use a Microsoft Bot Framework bot is on your own Web page. There is a Chat control you can use and this post discusses this and shows an example. Note: If you had trouble with the chat control earlier, there was a bug, but that is now fixed and the Chat control documentation is updated. This post shows an implementation with the MVC Web API. Essentially, there are two techniques: insecure and secure, but let’s look at the HTML page setup first. Setting up the HTML Page The ......

Posted On Saturday, April 9, 2016 6:22 PM

PC Bot
The PC in PC Bot means Politically Correct – because it reacts to every event. During its lifetime, a (Microsoft Bot Framework) bot can have many different types of messages, in addition to a normal text message from the user. You can know when a user or bot is added or removed, when a conversation ends, and a couple other message types. This post explains PC Bot and discusses a few interesting aspects of message type handling. Note: PC Bot doesn’t overreact, as you would expect of proper botiquette. ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 6, 2016 8:27 AM

Pig Latin Bot
The blog post, Botiquette, explained how Microsoft released the Bot Framework at the Build conference and referenced how you can find the Bot Framework and associated documentation. It’s easy reading, well organized, and simple to get started. This post is about my first bot, Pig Latin Bot. As the name suggests, Pig Latin Bot takes everything you say to it and replies with a Pig Latin translation of your message. This post explains how I built Pig Latin Bot. Setting Up You need to install a couple ......

Posted On Friday, April 1, 2016 11:32 PM

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