As a chatbot developer, it is often necessary to run your chatbot locally and map localhost to the internet using ngrok. However, every time ngrok is started, the URL it generates changes, which can be a hassle when you need to update the endpoint for your chatbot in Azure. To solve this problem, we can implement an automated process that retrieves the ngrok endpoint and updates the Azure bot endpoint for us.
Bot Framework (v4) provides OAuth sign-in feature to authenticate against an OAuth login provider. However, there are few samples showing how to use Sign-in Card to authenticate against a third party login service. This article will show you how to use Sign-in Card to authenticate a third party login service.
QnA Maker can automatically create a Bot on Azure that links to the knowledge base you have. Recently, I was asked many times that the QnA Bot created by the template does not display the follow-up prompt. The follow-up prompt is just a PREVIEW feature of QnA Maker. The QnA Bot template has not supported this follow-up prompt feature yet. Before
Microsoft Bot Framework officially supporting follow-up prompt feature, we have to make code change in order to support it in our QnA Bot. In this article, I will show you how to implement the follow-up prompt by changing the Bot code.