See all the concepts you’ve learned thus far come together as Scott enhances the bot application to use LUIS and other features and publishes the bot.
- [Narrator] Now I know it probably feels like…we covered a lot of area in this session,…I just want to kind of put all of this together…and finish up with two or three things that would…be helpful as you take these ideas and implement them…into your own organization or your own Bot creation…experiences.…First thing we're going to do when we go back, is…I'm going to add a whole bunch of features to demonstrate…how LUIS integration can work in harmony with authentication…and really providing a bunch of various types…of functionality in our Bot, and I'm going to do…a quick walkthrough of some examples of using attachments,…cards, and actions, and I think these are really cool.…
These are ways that we can have more rich replies…in our activities in our Bot experiences.…Then we're going to walk through, very quickly,…the steps to publish your Bot, both publishing it…to a web service and in registration process…for your Bot, and then we're going to demonstrate using…this Bot in the web chat embedded frame…as well as in Skype.…
- Recall the concept of a connector.
- Apply appropriate commands to create a dialog using FormFlow.
- Name the service that Cortana uses for language and semantic interpretations.
- Explain how a user can exchange messages with a bot.
- List three platforms where the services and features of Cortana are available.