Coming from a .Net background, I found it a bit challenging in figuring out how a developer can have a configuration file in the Python application which could be used to read setting values and one does not have to even touch the code to update or save settings. Config files are used to store key-value pairs or some configurable information that could be read or accessed in the code and at some point, of time. If that configuration changes, developers can just change the configuration in that config file and not worry about changing the code as it may require recompiling the code and deploying it. Not only this but using config files make your settings and code more reusable and keeps the settings information at a centralized location and segregated. Of course, sensitive information like passwords, secrets, and certificates should be kept more secure, maybe in cloud vaults. But basic settings used in the application could be part of a configuration file.
This third article of the series will demonstrate how to integrate the complete crated bot in article two and three with Facebook Messenger and Slack and test the webhook response in the two environments.
This article will demonstrate how to create a custom chatbot using Microsoft’s bot framework and enable the webhooks in Dialogflow and return the response from the custom bot to Dialogflow intents as a fulfillment response.
In this article, we’ll discuss how to create a real-time chatbot using Google’s Dialogflow API and integrate the same with Slack. The reader of the article does not need to have prior knowledge of bot creation as the article will demonstrate the bot creation and deployment step by step using explanatory pictures.
Learn MVC in ASP.NET step by step. Learn to create a boilerplate MVC application architecture with entity framework and enhance it with Repository and unit of work pattern.
Get hand-on experience on chatbots. Create your own chatbot using AWS Lambda Functions and Amazon Lex services.
Learn Entity Framework and Entity Framework Core in detail step by step with practical examples. Learn about code first migrations, code first approach, database first approach and model first approach in detail.
learn to create ASP.NET Core Web API services step by step. Get familiar with request pipelines, status codes, creating and returning resources and a lot more.
Learn ASP.NET Web API step by step. Learn to create boilerplate project and step by step enhance it with security, logging, exception handing, unit testing IOC, DI, Repositories.
Follow the series to enhance/learn OOP and C# skills.
A handbook to get familiar with the Microservices concept and developing microservices using ASP.NET Core.This is a small book to cover the topic of microservices using a practical approach.