Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Microsoft Teams Bot Development.
- [Narrator] Let's begin by understanding what your background should be before you take this course, what you should know. Starting with the good news, you don't need to be an AI expert to get value out of this course. And you don't need to have any background in the Bot Framework either. Now, the Bot Framework is critical to understanding this course, but I cover enough of it in this course that you should be able to grasp the concepts easily. All the code that I'm about to show in this course is written in Node.js, and that is only for the purpose of simplicity.
Just so I can stick with the actual concepts. But it's just REST calls at the end of the day. So if you can make REST calls from whatever platform you are familiar with, you should be able to follow along with this course. What you do need to know from a skills point of view, to follow along through this course, this course is intended for developers. So I hope you are one. You should be somewhat familiar with what the Azure portal is, and how to provision basic things in it and remove things out of it.
You should also have some basic familiarity with Office 365. So when I mention a term like groups, you should know what that means. And yes, it is also helpful to have some level of familiarity with Microsoft Teams. All right, let's dive in.
- What are bots?
- Creating bots
- Testing using ngrok
- Deploying bots to Microsoft Teams
- Testing bots
- Bots as Azure AD applications
- Updating bot registration in Azure
- Building the bot package
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Basics
2. Creating a Bot
3. Deploy a Bot to Microsoft Teams
4. Teams Bot Interactions
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