Build-a-Bot Session: BDK Extension Service & Symphony Groups

Watch our on-demand Developer Build-a-Bot (BAB) session aired on March 2nd, where we showcased Symphony’s BDK Extension Service & Symphony Groups and demonstrated how you can get started. The session led by Yong Sheng Tan, Developer Relations Technical Lead and Kaosar Ahmed, Developer Relations Technical Lead.

The BDK Extension Service offers a simple and modular plugin mechanism for the BDK Core. This opens the door for third-party modules to extend BDK’s capabilities while improving memory consumption.

Symphony Groups allow firms to define customizable groups in the directory using keywords so Symphony users can easily find and interact with the Group, whilst having the ability to respond anonymously on behalf of the Group.

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