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Possibility to integrate and call custom code #1505

sibbl opened this issue Nov 5, 2019 · 1 comment


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@sibbl sibbl commented Nov 5, 2019

I am truly impressed with the possibilities which the BotFramework Composer currently has and especially will have in the future. So thank you all, first!

As the composer internally generates a C# project which itself just feeds the GUIs description files to the AdaptiveDialog implementation, I wonder whether it's possible to trigger custom code?

The AdaptiveDialog already includes something called CodeAction, which I'd love to make use of.

I understand that HTTP requests are already possible and might solve some problems (you could call Azure Functions of course), but some bots rely on quick replies and I don't see why it should not be possible to integrate my own C# code.

Maybe something's already planned which you can already talk about? 😊

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@cwhitten cwhitten commented Nov 5, 2019

Hello @sibbl - thanks for raising the issue.

We will integrate the CodeAction entity and expose it in BF Composer, but we're not ready for it yet. We're evaluating integrations with Azure Functions and other serverless technologies so the CodeAction can be utilized and invoked outside of regular "in-proc" custom code.

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