These answers on frequently asking questions may help you with JAICF applications development.
JAICF (Just AI Conversational Framework) is a Kotlin-based framework for building of conversational applications like Alexa or Google Assistant voice skills, telephony assistants or text chat bots for Slack, Facebook and others platforms.
JAICF is not an NLU service. It handles a dialogue management and provides an architecture to use any third-party NLU, channels and environments. Also it provides a powerful DSL for dialogues building.
Yes, JAICF is under Apache 2.0 license enabling you to use it even in commercial projects.
JAICF is a Kotlin framework that requires you to only include some dependencies to your Gradle or Maven project to start development.
Here you can find a comprehensive JAICF documentation that covers all features and tools. JAICF also provides a Javadocs for every public interfaces and functions.
JAICF is not an NLU service, it works with any third-party NLU service and language.
JAICF is the same Kotlin framework as many others. Thus applications based on JAICF can be ran on any environment that can run JVM.
On development stage JAICF can be ran locally right on your PC for debugging purposes and then been deployed to any cloud or even be ran on Android device.
JAICF is free and open-source. Thus there are many ways how you can contribute to JAICF including issue posting, bug fixing and others.
Yes, we’re glad to see you in our Slack community where you can ask any JAICF-related questions and be in touch with the latests releases.