Recently Dialogflow announced (rather, provided) a new library for helping people get started with building out a NodeJS webhook in very quick time. It is called the Dialogflow Fulfillment library and it is intended to help you build a NodeJS webhook inside your inline webhook editor. While the library is super helpful, the documentation on […]
In a previous article, I explained how you can get started with Firebase for your Dialogflow agent. I got a question from a reader asking how we can handle multiple actions in the same Firebase code. I will explain the process in this tutorial. Since we already wrote some code to handle a single intent […]
Prerequisites: You have updated the fulfillment URL of your API.AI agent with the new httpsTrigger URL of the webhook. You have updated the AskForWeather intent to use a required parameter of type @sys.geo-city
Prerequisites: You have successfully deployed the weatherWebhook cloud function from your command line and also made a note of the httpsTrigger URL
Prerequisites: You have signed up for the World Weather Online’s API and made a note of your API key.
Prerequisite: You have successfully deployed your cloud function and also received a response from it via the DialogFlow test console
Prerequisite: You must have deployed the cloud function defined in index.js successfully to Google Cloud. (but this time, I mean it)
Prerequisite: You must have deployed the cloud function defined in index.js successfully to Google Cloud.
Prerequisite: You have created and noted down the value of the Cloud Storage Bucket associated with your project
Prerequisite: You have installed and initialized the Google Cloud SDK and ran the components update