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Gomix

The easiest way to build the app or bot of your dreams

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Glitch

The community where you'll build the app of your dreams

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
You should check out Glitch. You'll be able to learn and remix apps to create something new with an active community. I think there will be more than enough possibilities/problems you can explore that boredom will be out of the question.
Jonathan James- Always Reaching.
I would consider creating this custom using the following in the following ways: 1) Setup and get a Mlabs account working that will save submitted data on button-click to your MongoDB, I used https://glitch.com/~adam-mongo-test recently to setup my own private messaging domain, but you're going to want to configure https://glitch.com/~fcc-voting-a... which … See more
Brandon Anzaldi- Software Engineer @ ToTheTens
Glitch is a mixture of a social network, a code tutorial, and a pre-made application library, so you can pick a starting point, remix it, and get started with your own bot. They have a whole Handy Bots category. It takes some code, but if you want to learn to code while building your bot, I highly recommend it.
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Chatfuel for Messenger

The intuitive bot builder with AI navigation

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
Cannot recommend this enough! I've built loads of bots with this, I cannot code but the builder is really intuitive and simple to use.
Lachlan Campbell- Code, apps, design, high school.
TechCrunch/other major companies as well as small side project bots seem to be using it 🙂
Vassilis Stathopoulos- Growth & Inbound Marketer at GrowthRocks
I've used Chatfuel in multiple occassions. One of its most important advantages is that it's free, and that it allows you to build relatively complex customer interaction scenarios without ever touching any code. You only drag & drop elements inside the builder.
VentureBeat
Chatfuel will launch a new service next month for brands that want customized bots for conversational experiences. The company has created bots such as the popular Golden State Warriors bot, as well as for brands like Adidas and the New York Times.
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Motion AI + Smooch.io

Build bots in minutes without code, deploy them anywhere

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Four of the most widely used tools for creating simple conversational chatbots are API.ai, Motion.ai, Smooch.io and Gupshup.io, whilst Chatfuel is an excellent alternative. The idea is to be able to launch bots on messaging platforms and social networks, such as Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Slack and WeChat, in three or four steps.
Arpatech
The graph of popularity for the messaging apps is increasing day by day and becoming a hot trend for the e-commerce business owners as they are getting benefit from it. Social media platform and messaging apps provide a lot of marketing and user interaction opportunities for the business owners.
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Octane AI

The easiest way to create a chatbot

Sean Atkisson
Very intuitive and easy to use with preset forms and no coding!
Loralee Hutton
The enterprise edition of Octane AI includes the option to respond to Facebook comments note: This isn't a personal recommendation (I haven't used their enterprise edition)
alex kwon- oneminute
They show you a nice preview of your convo ui real time.
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Rasa Core

Machine learning-based dialogue engine for smarter bots

Rasa Core is an open source framework for building bots and voice apps. Instead of writing thousands of rules to control how conversations should go, you provide real example conversations to teach the system how to talk

TechCrunch
Context is everything when dealing with dialog systems. We humans take for granted how complex even our simplest conversations are. That's part of the reason why dialog systems can't live up to their human counterparts.
Medium
In 2016, having spent more than six months building Slack bots, we wrote an article detailing some of the pieces we believed were missing in attempts to create great conversational software. Since then, here at Rasa we've been doing applied research in this area and building tools to fill some of those gaps.
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Imogene CaithnessDirector @ Just Be Fit 4 Life.
Fuse Studio - The world's first visual, real-time app development tool
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Bubble - Build a fully functional web app without any code
"Bubble is great for non-coders. Their native mobile app developer is still in beta but it works. There is tons of tutorials and posts abo… See more
Ionic Creator V2 - Build better mobile apps, faster
"While Fuse Studio is awesome, as pointed out, it does require some basic JS knowledge. That's why I'd recommend Ionic Creator. Style-wise … See more

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