Deploy a basic .NET C# core bot created using Bot Framework SDK to Azure. We will use Visual Studio for deploying the bot to Azure. This is one way of deployment.
The Google adapter supports connecting to Actions on Google (the conversations webhook) or via DialogFlow. It is recommended to use Actions on Google if possible.
Connect Microsoft Bot Framework Azure Bot to Google Assistant Action as a channel. We will use Actions SDK and DialogFlow Adapter for Bot Builder v4 .NET SDK.
Get today's date and format date to 'dd-MM-yyyy' format using Power Automate Microsoft Flow (MS Flow). Initialize a new string variable with name todaysDate.
Split a string and get the first and the last element using the UiPath. This is helpful in directly splitting a string using a single char and get the value.
Convert a string having the JSON content to JSON object using Power Automate Microsoft Flow (MS Flow). We will work with the JSON Object and not the JSON Array.
Convert JSON Array to JSON Object using the .NET C#. Helpful in parsing the API response that comes as a JSON Array. You can get the value using the keys.
Clone your code from the created repository in GitHub using Visual Studio. GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration.
Not operator performs logical negation on Boolean expression. We will see how to use this Not operator in UiPath. It is a Visual Basic (VB) operator.