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File: readme-botframework.md
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Class: PHP Slack Bot
Robot to automate interactions with Slack users
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Last change: Add BotFramework webchat support
Date: 25 days ago
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BotMan with Microsoft Bot Framework / Skype

Register a developer account with the Bot Framework Developer Portal and follow this guide to register your first bot with the Bot Framework.

When you set up your bot, you will be asked to provide a public accessible endpoint for your bot. Place the URL that points to your BotMan logic / controller in this field.

> If you are using Laravel Valet, you can get an external URL for testing using the valet share command.

Take note of your Bot handle, the App ID and App Key assigned to your new bot.

> By default your bot will be configured to support the Skype channel but you'll need to add it as a contact on Skype in order to test it. You can do that from the developer portal by clicking the "Add to Skype" button in your bots profile page.

Laravel

For Laravel, the app id and app key need to be in your config/services.php file

    'botman' => [
        'microsoft_bot_handle' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-BOT-HANDLE',
        'microsoft_app_id' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-APP-ID',
        'microsoft_app_key' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-APP-KEY',
    ],

Generic

If you don't use Laravel, you can pass the Microsoft Bot Framework App ID and App Key to the BotManFactory upon initialization.

$botman = BotManFactory::create([
    'microsoft_bot_handle' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-BOT-HANDLE',
    'microsoft_app_id' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-APP-ID',
    'microsoft_app_key' => 'YOUR-MICROSOFT-APP-KEY',
]);

And that's it - you can now use BotMan with the Microsoft Bot Framework to create interactive bots!