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It’s true what they say: chatbots are changing the way in which we communicate with one another. If in the past we had to wait for hours for a service provider to get back to us, today we’ve come to expect humans and bots alike to respond to our messages immediately. Yet users still have to communicate relatively exact requests to a bot in order for it to understand the action they want it to perform. Ideally, they should be able to type naturally, without too much thought, and have the bot understand their intent.
Wouldn’t it be great if development could be simplified further by allowing you to test requests directly and without the need to constantly redeploy your work to a host platform or webserver?
We love to hack cool projects from different fields. This week, we hosted Will Archer Arentz, from Rakuten Institute of Technology, who recently created his own smart home using Viber.
Welcome to the new Viber Developers site. We will post here new releases, documentation changes, great examples of community resources, and much more.