Dialogflow Building Blocks
An introduction to Dialogflow basics for non-programmers
This course used to be the "Dialogflow for Non-programmers" course on my previous course website. To avoid confusing it with the "Dialogflow for Technical Non-programmers" bundle, I have renamed this course.
I am just starting with the topic "Chatbots" and wanted to get a feeling. This course is really good in terms of structure and examples provided. (I liked) The clear separation of topcs in smaller videos.
1. Good presentation of the theory concepts
2. Examples, that are showing the theory concepts in a "real" world
3. The option to rewatch or pause a video to memorize and understand a concept
I would absolutely recommend this course, because, in my opinion, the course is a great entry in the world of chatbots, well structured and clear.
Mr. Mahanoor, thank you so much for making those courses and trying to teach all the aspects of Dialogflow!
I am only a beginner in programming and chatbot field, so I'm not certain which online course is the right one to start with due to many documents & courses I found. Also, I previously don't know what makes this course different from the others.
I like the overall structure of the course. The instructor explains in a good sequence even though it could go more into details or more examples in some videos, such as entity and context.
My favorite concept of this course is low-code bot and explicative approach. As a beginner, I always have concerns that I'm not gonna make a good chatbot or create something usable because of my lack of experience in coding. I took some Dialogflow course before and it involves a lot of programming and that sometimes overwhelmed me. I really want to learn further about how to make a bot that is really usable with explicative concept.
Yes. It's good for a beginner and people who just start in this field. An instructor has covered Dialogflow basics and provides a good concept of chatbot design and a learning path to continue further.