Dialog Flow Framework#
Date: Nov 21, 2023 Version: 0.6.3
The Dialog Flow Framework (DFF) is an open-source, Apache 2.0-licensed library that was developed specifically for creating dialog systems. DFF provides a comprehensive set of tools and resources, targeting a wide range of applications, including chatbots, virtual assistants, and other interactive systems. It allows developers to easily create and manage complex dialog flows, integrate with natural language processing (NLP) tools, and handle user input in a flexible and efficient manner. Additionally, the framework is highly customizable, allowing developers to easily adapt it to their specific needs and requirements.
DFF documentation includes the following sections:
Essential information about installing and using the library
aimed at beginners can be found in the
Getting started part
of the documentation. This section also introduces the basic terms
that form the principles of the framework.
For deeper understanding of the API, consult the documentation sections described below.
User guides section provides comprehensive human-readable explanations
of how your conversational service should be set up and function.
It specifically highlights the aspects that are not covered by the API reference,
e.g. deployment, optimization techniques, etc.
Most capabilities of DFF can also be explored in the
section. These interactive files dynamically showcase how different
modules and classes of the framework interact.
Links to demonsration projects that leverage the library integrating it with external services and models and serve as examples can be found in this section.
The API reference contains documentation for classes and abstractions used in the library which can be used to determine the exact typing and behavior of all the functions involved.
Development section shows the library’s current development status and specifies the contribution rules.
Community section links you to useful resources where you can find supplemental information
about the framework and ask questions.
You can get more info about the development team in the
About us section.