Dialogflow

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The Dialogflow class can be used to connect to the Dialogflow chatbot service endpoint over REST

Constructor

Dialogflow()

The constructor initializes the Dialogflow class. It must be called before you perform any method calls.

Properties

To connect to a chatbot you can set the following properties for an Dialogflow class object.

Dialogflow.project_id

Google Cloud Project ID linked with your Dialogflow chatbot.

Dialogflow.service_account

Google Project service account. A service account is identified by its email address, which is unique to the account.

Dialogflow.private_key

Service Account Private Key.

Dialogflow.message

Message text

Dialogflow.oncomplete

An event listener to be called when a response is received from dialogflow endpoint.

Dialogflow.result

The result value to the request will be nonzero if the request was unsuccessful. To check the error you can inspect this value.

Dialogflow.response

JSON Response received from Dialogflow.

Methods

Dialogflow.send()

Send message to Dialogflow

Example

const dialogflow_project_id = "xxxx";
const dialogflow_service_account = "xxxx@xxx.iam.gserviceaccount.com";
const dialogflow_key = "xxxxx";

mesibo.onmessage = function(m) {
	
	var d = new DialogFlow();
	d.project_id = dialogflow_project_id;
	d.service_account = dialogflow_service_account;
	d.private_key = dialogflow_key;
	d.message = m.message;
	
	d.oncomplete = function (d){
		var response = d.responseText;
		var r = new Message();
		r.message = response;
		r.send();
	}
	
	d.send();

	return Message.DELIVERED;
}

Usage notes

Global instantiation restriction

An object of the class Dialogflow cannot be instantiated in global context. Ensure that you are creating the instance inside a scoped area or function.

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