TNWiki Article Spotlight – Logic Apps: Integrating LUIS Application With Logic Apps To Predict Intent in User Utterances


It's another Tuesday and I am warmly welcoming you all to this week's TNWiki Article Spotlight. 

Last Saturday (21st, April) all around the world we had Azure Global Bootcamp 2018. For this weeks' article spotlight, we have selected an article which discusses the use of two nice technologies available in Azure.

Azure Logic Apps which is one of the components in Serverless Computing stack in Azure simplifies how we can build automated scalable workflows that integrate apps and data across cloud services and on-premises systems. Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS) is a service that uses machine learning to allow developers to build applications that can receive user input in natural language and extract meaning from it.

How do you feel if you are to know that there is a way to easily integrate Logic Apps with LUIS. Mandar Dharmadhikari has written a wonderful wiki explaining all the steps required to integrate Logic Apps with LUIS. If you are new to Logic Apps and LUIS, don't worry, the article also includes sections containing an introductions to Logic Apps, LUIS, how you can create LUIS application, Logic App etc. Mandar has included step by step explanations with images, so even someone who is new to Azure can easily follow along with the article.

You can read the full article at the following link:
Logic Apps: Integrating LUIS Application With Logic Apps To Predict Intent in User Utterances

Have a nice week ahead!

Happy Coding!

- Sri Lankan Wiki Ninja Jaliya (BlogMSDN ProfileTwitter)

Comments (2)

  1. pituach says:

    Great choice 🙂
    Mandar always writes awesome articles and “Language Understanding Intelligent Service” is a hot topic 👍

  2. Thanks Jaliya for choosing and sharing my article.

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