This reference guide provides detailed information about the Symphony BDK. It provides a comprehensive documentation for all features and abstractions made on top of the Symphony REST API.
If you are just getting started with Symphony Bot developments, you may want to begin reading the Getting Started guide.
The reference documentation consists of the following sections:
|Getting Started||Introducing Symphony BDK for beginners|
|Migration Guide||Guide to migrate to Symphony BDK 2.0|
|Configuration||Configuration structure, formats, how to load from code|
|Authentication||RSA or certificate authentication, OBO, extension app authentication|
|Datafeed Loop||Receiving real time events|
|Fluent API||Java Fluent API usage|
|Message API||Sending or searching messages, usage of templates|
|Stream API||Create and manage streams|
|User API||Manage users|
|Presence API||Manage user presence status|
|Application API||Managing applications|
|Signal API||Creating and managing signals|
|Connection API||Managing connections|
|Disclaimer API||Managing disclaimers|
|Health API||Get health check status|
|Activity API||The Activity Registry, creating custom activities|
|Extending the BDK||How to use or develop BDK extensions|
|Integration Test||How to write the integration tests for Symphony BDK Bot application|
Getting Started guides are also available for Spring Boot:
You can find an overview of the BDK Architecture here.