aws-lex-web-ui - Sample Amazon Lex chat bot web interface

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This is a sample Amazon Lex web interface. It provides a chatbot UI component that can be integrated in your website. The interface allows to interact with a Lex bot directly from a browser using text or voice (on webRTC capable browsers).The easiest way to test drive the chatbot UI is to deploy it using the AWS CloudFormation templates provided by this project. Once you have launched the CloudFormation stack, you will get a fully working demo hosted in your account.

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