Microsoft Bot Framework Part 2: Hello World

Welcome back to the continuation of Microsoft Bot Framework Part 1, for more information on how to configure new channels with communication services such as Slack and the web. Before we can connect our bot to users on the web, there are a few security measures we’ll have to take with our code. Many REST APIs…

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Microsoft Bot Framework Part 1: Getting Started

One of the many big announcements made at Microsoft’s //BUILD conference in March was Microsoft’s brand new “Bot Framework.” They did this cool demonstration of how to build an automated bot that could order pizza for you just by typing messages to it in plain English! I have been working on building Bots using the…

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How to Add Bootstrap

Hello again! In this blog post, I am going to show you how to add Bootstrap to an HTML page, picking up where we left off in my previous post, Building Your First Node.js App and Publishing to Azure. Last time, we built sarahsays.azurewebsites.net, a basic chat application that provides a bi-directional communication channel between a client…

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Building Your First Node.js App and Publishing to Azure

Hello everybody! In this blog post, I am going to be talking about publishing open source code on Azure, compiled in Node.js, written using a free Microsoft-made text editor program called Visual Studio Code, and stored publicly in GitHub, an open source repository. Learn how to build your very first Node.js app and publish it…

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