On the first day of its Build 2019 developer conference, Microsoft announced a range of Microsoft 365 improvements, including FIDO2 certification in Windows 10, Cortana Skills Kit features, and more.
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Microsoft today announced Cortana Skills Kit for Enterprise, a way for developers to create, test and deploy company-specific Cortana skills to enhance productivity, powered by the Azure Bot Service.
Microsoft announced that Adaptive Cards, a functionality that lets developers build engaging and consistent UI functionality into the cards UI, is now available for use in the Cortana Skills Kit.
The company has promised that it remains committed to Cortana and the assistant will be coming to more devices throughout this year. The OEMs investing in the service include Qualcomm and Synaptics.
After almost five months, Microsoft has finally opened up the Cortana Skills Kit as a public preview, allowing developers to create bots that run off of the company's digital assistant.
Microsoft will be hosting its annual Build developer conference in Seattle this week, outlining some of its product plans for Windows 10, Cortana, Azure, Edge, Office, mixed reality, bots, and more.
As promised earlier, Microsoft will soon be releasing the preview of Cortana Skills Kit for developers to integrate the virtual assistant's capabilities in their applications and publish new Skills.
Microsoft has opened submissions for the Cortana Skills Kit in preview form. The Kit will introduce new ways for developers to integrate and leverage their services directly into Cortana.
Today, Microsoft announced the Cortana Skills Kit, as well as the Cortana Devices SDK. The former is meant to add third-party skills to the digital assistant, and the latter is for separate devices.