Microsoft bot framework is a powerful tool for developers to create chatbots. However, there are some limitations to the Microsoft bot framework.
One such limitation is that the Microsoft bot framework does not support all programming languages. For example, the Microsoft bot framework only supports Node.js and C#. Therefore, if you want to create a chatbot in another programming language, you will not be able to use the Microsoft bot framework.
Microsoft Bot Framework supports other programming languages as well such as Python, Java, etc but still does not support all the features of the bot framework.
Another big limitation is the lack of support for the Microsoft bot framework on Linux and OS X operating systems.
In addition, the Microsoft bot framework has limited features compared to other chatbot platforms such as Dialogflow and wit.ai. For example, the Microsoft bot framework does not support natural language processing and therefore, you will not be able to create a chatbot that can understand human speech. This means that you need to use a separate NLP toolkit (LUIS) to process user input before it can be used by the Microsoft bot framework.
Additionally, Microsoft Bot Framework does not support some popular messaging platforms, such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. However, Microsoft is continuously working to improve the framework, and its many features and integrations make it a powerful option for those looking to build chatbots.
Overall, the Microsoft bot framework is a powerful tool for developers but there are some limitations that you should be aware of before using it.
If you’re still interested in using Microsoft Bot Framework despite these limitations, be sure to check out our other blog post for creating amazing bots using Microsoft Bot Framework.