BotMakr's API (currently in beta) allows developers to interact with bots on BotMakr.net. The API requires you to first make a call to initiate a conversation with a bot. It returns a session ID which you use for future communication with that bot. Responses are returned in JSON format. Future calls will allow bot owners to change various configuration settings for their bot.
Your bot can either learn from its conversations or from being trained, or both. To stop other people from influencing your bot, configure your bot so it learns only from you. Or, once your bot has been trained to your satisfaction, turn off learning mode entirely so your bot responds to requests but no longer learns from its interactions.
Registered users can programmatically access the bot through the API. See the developers page for details.
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