As mentioned in my previous article, we have integrated ChatGPT in our Atlas product. This was both challenging and fun. The OpenAI API is well documented, so is the Azure OpenAI service. However, one of the things that is not completely documented, is the Stream option. This allows you to call the API and get the response as a stream of data, so you are getting data from the very first second, and you don´t have to wait for the entire response. Note that depending on your request, ChatGPT can take some seconds until you get the response, so from a UX point of view, it is potentially a better experience if you start showing data while the response is fully completed.
Unless you are in a desert island with no internet connection, you have heard about ChatGPT. In its own words (and I really mean it, as I have asked ChatGPT for a short summary about it):
When it comes to streamlining and enhancing day-to-day operations in your company, there's nothing more cost-effective nor simpler to use than a knowledge portal.
Microsoft 365 Copilot (Copilot) is developed by Microsoft and integrated into your Microsoft 365 tenant (subject to licensing and so forth), and was announced to the wider world on March 16, 2023.
When you use Copilot, you will experience it in two predominant ways.
Hi. I’m Luis Mañez, Atlas Chief Architect, and in this article, I am going to tell you about a new tool created by Microsoft, called Kiota. Kiota allows you to create a client for any API described using OpenApi.
When Microsoft Loop was launched in December 2021, ClearPeople CEO Gabriel Karawani posted a comprehensive blog about what Microsoft Loop is and its components. If you'd like an introduction to MS Loop, I advise you to look at that.
Here's a scenario we can all imagine: you're in MS Teams, and you have a team chat going on. You want to work in a table so you can capture area sales data (for example). How do you do this?
Currently you can create an Excel worksheet and save that in the Files tab of Teams. But that means leaving the chat or swapping to Excel which breaks up the flow of the chat. Loop components allow you to insert a table (and bulleted list, checklist, numbered list, paragraph and task list) directly into the chat. The great thing about this is that everyone in the chat can edit the table without having to share it separately.