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Build Chatbot Interactions: Responsive, Intuitive Interfaces with Ruby

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The next step in the evolution of user interfaces is here. Chatbots let your users interact with your service in their own natural language. Use free and open source tools along with Ruby to build creative, useful, and unexpected interactions for users. Take advantage of the Lita framework's step-by-step implementation strategy to simplify bot development and testing. From ...more
Paperback, 1, 194 pages
Published June 4th 2019 by Pragmatic Bookshelf
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Tobias Pfeiffer
May 23, 2019 rated it it was ok
Sadly the first ever PragProg book that I was unhappy with when I finished it.

Maybe it's about expectation management but I expected this book to teach me how to build chat bots, how to design interactions and interfaces well etc.
What I got was a book that showed "ok this is the router and it matches a regex to a method basically" and then I don't know how many projects that use the same concept to query some external API or what not. It feels like at least 60% of the book is spent on... well n
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Daniel Pritchett
Apr 01, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Writing this book was quite a journey. I hope it brightens someone's day!
Anthony Falzetti
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Apr 20, 2019
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Hello readers! What do you use your chatbots for? 1 1 May 20, 2019 07:12AM  
Daniel Pritchett is a consulting programmer, speaker, and user group supporter in the Pensacola, Florida area. He builds infrastructure tooling for internet companies. If it's interesting and useful, Daniel wants to help you build it. If it's also fun, Daniel will buy you a coffee. When he's not at home you'll usually find Daniel walking his dogs, taking his daughter to ballet lessons, or at the g ...more