Let us continue with our previous posts on using Microsoft Bot Framework to create a simple bot application that creates a lead in CRM.
In this post, we will be publishing our Bot application to Azure and also test it on Skype. Skype is one of the channel already configured for us.
Open the Azure Portal (Create a free trial if you do not have an account)
Right click on the application and select Publish.
Select Microsoft Azure App Service as the publish target.
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