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BotBuilder - The Microsoft Bot Builder SDK is one of three main components of the Microsoft Bot Framework

  •    CSharp

The Microsoft Bot Framework provides just what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services.The Microsoft Bot Builder SDK is one of three main components of the Microsoft Bot Framework. It is a powerful, easy-to-use framework that provides a familiar way for .NET and Node.js developers to develop bots.

Botpress - The Ultimate Bot Framework

  •    Typescript

Botpress is an open-source bot creation tool written in TypeScript. It is powered by a rich set of open-source modules built by the community. Botpress is like, the WordPress of bots; anyone can create and reuse other people's modules. It is the ultimate open-source conversational platform with built-in natural language processing (NLU), easy-to-use graphical interface and dialog manager.

Botkit - Building Blocks for Building Bots

  •    Javascript

Botkit is the leading developer tool for building chat bots, apps and custom integrations for major messaging platforms. Botkit works with all the NLP services (like Microsoft LUIS and IBM Watson), can use any type of database you want, and runs on almost any hosting platform.




botbuilder-dotnet - The Microsoft Bot Framework provides what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services

  •    CSharp

This repository contains code for the .NET version of the Microsoft Bot Builder SDK. The Bot Builder SDK v4 is the latest SDK for building bot applications. It is in Preview state and is being actively developed. Production bots should continue to be developed using the v3 SDK. In addition to the .NET SDK, Bot Builder supports creating bots in other popular programming languages like JavaScript, Python, and Java.

AzureBot - This is the source code which runs the Microsoft AzureBot.

  •    Javascript

The AzureBot is a sample that showcases how the Microsoft Bot Framework and Cognitive services can be used to create intelligent bots. The sample was created to show how a bot can be used to improve the productivity of any developer, admin, or team working with Azure. If you would like to set it up yourself and contribute, follow our Developer Set Up.We maintain the latest version of the sample running in the Bot Framework Bot Directory, where you can try it via Skype, Slack or GroupMe.

jira-journal - :performing_arts: Bot that interacts as your bullet journal for JIRA worklogs.

  •    Javascript

JIRA Journal is a new kinda bot that interacts as your bullet journal for JIRA Worklogs. JIRA Journal is updated monthly with new features and bug fixes. You can use it with Skype for now and is limited only for 99X Technology employees with JIRA access to report time. This version of JIRA Journal is built using Bot Framework with a NodeJS backend. This project has adopted the Open Source Code of Conduct of 99X Technology. For more information contact opensource@99xt.lk with any additional questions and comments.


DirectLineAndroidSample - Android Sample for Direct Line API - Microsoft Bot Framework

  •    Java

There are 4 steps in a chat conversations. Authentication - you get a primary token from the dev.botframework.com. to get the token go to dev.botframework.com, enable the Direct Line connector, and click on Edit.

botbuilder-js - The Microsoft Bot Framework provides what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services

  •    Javascript

This repository contains code for the JavaScript version of the Microsoft Bot Builder SDK. The Bot Builder SDK v4 is the latest SDK for building bot applications. It is in Preview state and is being actively developed. Production bots should continue to be developed using the v3 SDK. In addition to the JavaScript SDK, Bot Builder supports creating bots in other popular programming languages like .NET, Python, and Java.

botbuilder-python - The Microsoft Bot Framework provides what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services

  •    Python

This repository contains code for the Python version of the Microsoft Bot Builder SDK. The Bot Builder SDK v4 is the latest SDK for building bot applications. It is in Preview state and is being actively developed. Production bots should continue to be developed using the v3 SDK. In addition to the Python SDK, Bot Builder supports creating bots in other popular programming languages like .Net SDK, JavaScript, and Java. To get started see the Azure Bot Service Documentation for the v4 SDK.

botbuilder-tools - Tools for developers building bots with Microsoft Bot Framework

  •    TypeScript

Before writing code, review the bot design guidelines for best practices and identify the needs for your bot: will a basic bot be enough or whether it should have more sophisticated capabilities, such as speech, language understanding, QnA, or the ability to extract knowledge from different sources and provide intelligent answers. This is also the phase where you might want to create mockup of conversations between the user and the bot for the specific scenarios your bot will support. Chatdown is the tool built for this purpose. You can author .chat files that mockup the conversations and then use chatdown CLI to convert them into rich transcripts. As you build your bot, you may also need to integrate AI services like LUIS.ai for language understanding, QnAMaker.ai for your bot to respond to simple questions in a Q&A format, and more. You can bootstrap language understanding for your bot using LUDown.

botframework-hipchatchannel - A sample custom channel for Microsoft Bot Framework using DirectLine

  •    Javascript

This project serves as an example of how one can build a HipChat Connect add-on for Microsoft Bot Framework bots using Atlassian-Connect-Express and DirectLine. The Microsoft Bot Framework natively supports a set of channels out of the box. In order to support your own channel, you'll need to use the Direct Line API to expose your bots to the channel. This HipChat Channel for the Microsoft Bot Framework is a demonstration of how to implement your own channel support.

DirectLine - Swift client library for Microsoft Bot Framework's Direct Line protocol

  •    Swift

DirectLine is a client library for the Microsoft Bot Framework Direct Line protocol. Loosely based on the official Javascript DirectLine client, it enables communication between your bot and your iOS app using a simple ReactiveX based interface.

Chiota - Your IOTA Chat App

  •    CSharp

Chiota is an IOTA Xamarin Chat App based on Felandils C# .NET Port of the IOTA lib, Steppenwolfe65 CEX-NET and jamesmontemagnos MonkeyChat. See the GitHub Wiki for more detailed information about the different modules of Chiota.