Oracle's multiexperience development platform delivers on the promise of an intelligent automated digital business by using the power of machine learning of the Oracle Digital Assistant, Oracle Mobile Hub, Oracle Visual Builder and Oracle Content and Experience to enable rapid delivery of innovative, intelligent and consistent experiences across any channel of choice - web, mobile, conversational, even voice and AR/VR.
The development of an Oracle Digital Assistant project, like any other Chatbot project, does not begin with the technology or ends in a single type of development. Instead you start with a planning phase that clearly identifies the bot's usecases, its data requirements, the intents and entities, the conversation flow and then continue with integrating, for example integrating with a Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) web or mobile application project.
With Oracle Digital Assistant 19.10 and later, Oracle provides a new Web SDK, the Oracle Web SDK, for integrating Oracle Digital Assistant to Web applications and web sites. The new Oracle Web SDK provides the features available in the current version of the Oracle JS Client SDK, but then goes beyond in providing new messenger functionalities as well as client security.
The examples, will guide you through the steps required to integrate the Oracle Digital Assistant web SDK in a Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) project.
Demo: Invoke Oracle web chat-widget in a sample VBCS application
Presenter: Catalin Pohrib
Oracle EMEA A&C Cloud Adoption & Implementation Consultant – Oracle EMEA Innovation and Modernization Center
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