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Office Add-Ins: Working with Tables in Word. Part 1: Creation
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Office Add-Ins – JavaScript control over the Content Control lock in a Word document
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Calling an external service from your chat bot
Mon, Mar 20th 2017 3
NWCJS Meetup: Creating Bots with JavaScript and the Microsoft Bot Framework
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Setting up the sample Azure bot to work locally with the bot emulator
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Adding your bot code to VSTS for source control and configuring continuous integration
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Office Add-Ins: Working with Tables in Word. Part 1: Creation
Tue, May 30th 2017 6:18p   Mark Roden
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Interesting new release – Istio service mesh microservices management
Wed, May 24th 2017 3:37p   Mark Roden
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Office Add-Ins – JavaScript control over the Content Control lock in a Word document
Thu, Mar 30th 2017 1:30a   Mark Roden
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Calling an external service from your chat bot
Mon, Mar 20th 2017 1:49a   Mark Roden
In this article I will show to how integrate simple commands (intents) into your bot to then integrate with an external service. Introduction In previous articles we have looked at how to create a sample Azure bot and in this article we will be looking into how “intents” work. The microsoft documentation on dialogIntents can be found here (for the … Continue reading Calling an external service from your chat bot
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NWCJS Meetup: Creating Bots with JavaScript and the Microsoft Bot Framework
Tue, Mar 14th 2017 2:33a   Mark Roden
Next week’s Northwest Chicago JavaScript meetup (23 March @PSCGroup) features our own Adam Lepley speaking about some of the work he has been doing on the Microsoft Bot Framework. https://www.meetup.com/Northwest-Chicago-JavaScript/events/236993059/ “Bots, they are invading our chat apps, now it’s time to learn to develop your own. Come learn how Microsoft’s Bot Framework enables you to leverage … Continue reading NWCJS Meetup: Creating Bots with JavaScript and the Microsoft Bot&#
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Setting up the sample Azure bot to work locally with the bot emulator
Mon, Mar 13th 2017 2:27a   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate how to configure your local development environment to work with the environmental variables set up within your Azure environment in the sample bot previously discussed, Introduction  In the previous article we looked at how to create a sample azure bot and then how to configure it in VSTS for continuous integration. If you … Continue reading Setting up the sample Azure bot to work locally with the bot emulator
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Adding your bot code to VSTS for source control and configuring continuous integration
Mon, Mar 6th 2017 3:00a   Mark Roden
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Adding your Azure bot framework bot into Skype
Tue, Feb 28th 2017 2:30a   Mark Roden
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How to create a sample nodejs bot which utilizes Azure Functions in 15 minutes
Thu, Feb 23rd 2017 2:30a   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate how to create a nodejs bot hosted in Azure. The bot will be created from a sample provided from Microsoft. The example bot will use Azure Functions as the trigger for it’s communication. You will need a Microsoft Azure account to be able to follow this process for yourself. This is … Continue reading How to create a sample nodejs bot which utilizes Azure Functions in 15 minutes
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NWCJS meetup – Angular 2 for beginners
Fri, Feb 10th 2017 1:24a   Mark Roden
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