Oracle Bots Node.js SDK: Building Custom Component Services with Node Express Made Easy for Any Node Container by Frank Nimphius

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Most, if not all, bots built with Oracle Intelligent Bots uses custom components. Custom components allow developers to integrate custom logic, custom bot user interface responses and remote data (CRUD) to a dialog flow, and therefore to the user-bot conversation.

The new Oracle Bots Node.js SDK published on GitHub makes building custom component easy for components to be deployed to Node Express containers or Oracle Autonomous Mobile Cloud. Beside of providing the Oracle Bots custom component SDK, a set of JavaScript classes that enable custom component developers to interact with the message payloads exchanged between the bot and a custom component, the new Oracle Bots Node.js SDK also provides middleware that handles the routing of bot requests and component responses.

By example of creating and running a hello world type of component, in this article I explain how to use the new Oracle Bots Node.js SDK available on GitHub (https://github.com/oracle/bots-node-sdk) to build custom component services for deployment to Node.js Express containers like Oracle Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS). Read the complete article here.

 

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