Introduction Adaptive Cards are a way to present a self-contained UI to a user within a larger UI such as a chat client. They incorporate almost all of the functionality of the Bot Framework’s rich cards, and they also provide some special functionality of their own. They are supported in Web Chat, Cortana, and Microsoft Teams, and can even be used outside….
Microsoft Bot Framework SDK V4 was released in September 2018, and since then we have shipped a few dot-release improvements. As announced previously, the V3 SDK is being retired with final lifetime support ending on December 31st, 2019. Existing V3 bot workloads will continue to run without interruption. We have no plans to disrupt any running workloads. Accordingly, Microsoft will discontinue the….
The Facebook Messenger Platform offers a handover protocol that allows your Facebook page to pass “thread control” between primary and secondary receivers. A thread can be thought of like a Facebook Messenger conversation in this case, and the idea of thread control is that one receiver is the “thread owner” that receives all messages and can reply to them or….
Hello Bot Users, We’re looking for feedback on your experience creating bots using Bot Framework. As such we’ve put together a short survey consisting of 10 questions that we hope you will complete for us. It should only take a minute of your time and will be very useful for our team as we continue to improve and innovate. Survey….