Default Fulfillment code in Dialogflow's Inline Editor
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Dialogflow Fulfillment Webhook Template for Node.js and Cloud Functions for Firebase

This webhook template sets up everything needed to build fulfillment for your Dialogflow agent.

Setup Instructions

Select only one of the options below.

Option 1: Dialogflow Inline Editor (Recommended)

  1. Create Dialogflow Agent
  2. Fulfillment > Enable the Inline EditorA.
  3. Select Deploy

Option 2: Firebase CLI

  1. Create Dialogflow Agent
  2. git clone
  3. cd to the functions directory
  4. npm install
  5. Install the Firebase CLI by running npm install -g firebase-tools
  6. Login with your Google account, firebase login
  7. Add your project to the sample with $ firebase use <project ID>
  • In Dialogflow console under Settings ⚙ > General tab > copy Project ID.
  1. Run firebase deploy --only functions:dialogflowFirebaseFulfillment
  2. When successfully deployed, visit the Project Console link > Functions > Dashboard
  • Copy the link under the events column. For example: https://us-central1-<PROJECTID><FUNCTIONNAME>
  1. Back in Dialogflow Console > Fulfillment > Enable Webhook.
  2. Paste the URL from the Firebase Console’s events column into the URL field > Save.

A. Powered by Cloud Functions for Firebase


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