In this post, we will create a chatbot that connects to the local SQL Database. This will be a simple customized bot that can be used for any use case. We will implement two CRUD operations READ and INSERT.
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.
In this post, we will create a chatbot that connects to both the QnA Maker service and Azure SQL DB. This will be a simple customized bot that can be used for any use case.
We will create this menu using an Adaptive card. This menu will be in the loop after the finish of the MainDialog. Add the piece in IntroStepAsync in MainDialog.cs file.
We have created this chatbot as a backend to the E-commerce Chatbot. This chatbot will have the following functionalities
In this post, we will install and set up the necessary tools and software required for us to start developing chatbots using Microsoft Bot Framework.
In this part, we will be implementing the Email Authentication by verifying the user's email using an OTP in Microsoft Bot Framework.
In this part, we will be planning and designing our bot before starting the implementation. Design and Planning in the initial stage help to get a clear picture of the project we are going to build.
If you are trying to build a State Bot or any bot which has states, then this template might help you make your job easier. I created this template by going through one of the tutorial series on the Managing States.