How to Use Slots in Dialog Boxes
What is a slot? Let’s start by defining a slot element in an HTML document. A slot is a component in the DOM tree, which is why it’s sometimes referred to as a “slot tree”. The slot element has both global and local attributes. The named slot is a slot with a name attribute. It’s an ideal choice for dialog boxes. In this article, we’ll explore the various uses of a slot element.
Meaning of a slot in a dialog box
The Dialog Engine recognizes discrete pieces of information in the utterances of the user. A single piece of information is called a slot. A slot can be used in many different intents. You can use slots without an intent to perform identity verification or verify input. This article focuses on slots for dialog boxes. Read on to learn how to use them. Also, keep in mind that a slot is not necessarily a type of slot.
All slots can have a text description. This can be accessed through the View menu by selecting the Add (or Show) Description checkbox. A text box is added to the slot once the description option is selected. The description box displays the extracted entity “Hiking” in bold. If more than four slots are selected, the word is dimmed or hidden. The description is displayed if the slot is selected.
Meaning of a slot in Genesys Dialog Engine
When we say’meaning of a slot,’ the conversation engine is attempting to understand the context in which it appears. The slot comprises the entity value and any synonyms it has. For example, the entity value ‘New York’ can be synonymized with Big Apple, NYC, or any other entity. By enabling the Allow Synonyms checkbox in the slot definition, the engine can add these synonyms to the conversation. Similarly, the user can remove the slots by clicking on the synonym and pressing ‘X’.
In Genesys Dialog Engine, the Slot represents a discrete piece of information contained in an utterance. Each Slot Type is mapped to a specific piece of information that the conversation engine should seek out to answer a question or respond to a specific intent. For example, a word or phrase may have several slots that are mapped to a certain slot type. These slots then determine the appropriate response and resolve any conflict. These types of slots are crucial to the smooth flow of conversations.
Meaning of a slot in a web component
A web component can contain one or more child nodes. To display fallback content, it is possible to use the name attribute. If there are no child nodes assigned to the slot, a placeholder for that node will be shown. Otherwise, a child node will be rendered when a child slot is empty. The following table lists the different types of slots in a web component. This list is not exhaustive.
The slot element fires an event called slotchange whenever the content in the node changes. This event doesn’t contain any useful data, but it is important to be observable. Knowing when the content changes allows you to do simple tricks and more complicated work, such as updating event listeners. For example, you can call slot.assignedElements() to return the elements that are associated with this slot.