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Make your Chatbot ready (Microsoft Bot Framework).to work with LUIS

Prerequisities : LUIS Service : Bot Project creation : Installation and Configuration of Microsoft Bot Framework Emulator : Configure LUIS service for bot : 1.1                             Connecting to the services from your bot if you go over prerequisities, you will have a visual studio project so i n order to connect to the LUIS service, your bot should be configured properly through the .bot  file. In  Startup.cs ,   ConfigureServices   read connection string or other necessary information from .bot to  integrate with external services   and   InitBotServices   uses that information to initialize the services accordingly. sample of  ".bot " file:

how to configure LUIS service for ChatBot (Microsoft Bot Framework)

Prerequisties : LUIS Service : Bot Project creation : It is necessary to update “<Project Name>.bot " file in the Visual Studio solution for the LUIS service account (as described bullet 2 above) Information can be obtained from LUIS application by choosing “Manage” section from the page (as described bullet 1 above): Append following LUIS service to the .bot file of the project in Visual Studio:   { "type" : "luis" , "name" : "LuisBot" , "appId" : "3c4dd5df-e45c-405e-8d48-2faa95918dcc" , "version" : "0.1" , "authoringKey" : "e38f05d2f3894d9ba38c6158c7ae46c1" , "subscriptionKey" : "e38f05d2f3894d9ba38c6158c7ae4

Create simple Chatbot solution over Microsoft Bot Framework in visual Studio 2017 - Step By Step instruction

                  Microsoft Bot framework provides tools to build, test, deploy, and manage intelligent bots all in one place. Through the use of modular and extensible framework provided by the SDK, tools, templates, and AI services developers can create bots that use speech, understand natural language, handle questions and answers, and more. Framework works top of .Net Core 2.0 1.       Install Bot Builder Template in Visual Studio 2017 on-premise a.   Open Visual Studio from Windows Search by typing “Visual Studio”. If it does not exist, make sure that you have Visual Studio in your client b.      Click File > Project from Visual Studio 2017 c.   Go to Online from the tree in the left panel then search for “Bot Builder” finally Click Install to Microsoft Bot Builder V4 SDK d.      Visual Studio will install BotBuilderVSIX.vsix in order to configure bot type project 2.       Cl