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.
Web Automation Testing of your Azure Bot connected to Webchat using Directline channel using Selenium Java and chrome Web Driver in Eclipse IDE.
When Azure creates the Azure Bot resource, it stores the app password in Azure Key Vault. To get the Azure Bot resource app Id, refer to my post here.
You need the Azure bot resource app Id and password to configure your bot for deployment. In this post, we will get the app Id from Microsoft Azure Portal.
The Azure Bot resource allows you to register your bot with the Azure Bot Service. You can build, connect, and manage bots to interact with your users
In this post, we will download the Azure Bot source code from Azure Portal. This is helpful when you have created the bot directly from QnA Maker Portal and now you want to make some changes to the bot source code.
Before starting, I hope you have an Azure Subscription. If you don’t have one, create a free account here. This bot is created using azure services. If you want to create flight booking bot using the C# template using Bot Builder SDK in Visual Studio, go to my post.