If you’ve been designing or developing chatbots for Facebook, Kik, Slack or any of the major platforms, you would be well familiar with the user interface concept of ‘cards’.
You would also be aware of their limitations, and why the news from Microsoft about an open source standard called Adaptive Cards is a leap forward for all chatbot platforms.
While JSON is open and easy to understand, when you need to build complex layouts, or multiple cards with similar features, creating JSON by hand can be both error prone and time consuming.
AdaptiveCards Designer solves all of these problems and more.
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Shortly, you’ll be able to publish your cards to AIStudio and then use a simple web API to bring your cards straight into your chosen platform.
We’ll let registered AIStudio users know when this exciting feature becomes available to try.
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