Cognitive LUIS Android Save

Android (Java) SDK for the Microsoft Language Understanding Intelligent Service API, part of Congitive Services

Project README


LUIS is a service for language understanding that provides intent classification and entity extraction. In order to use the SDK you first need to create and publish an app on where you will get your appID and appKey and input their values when prompted by the sample applications.


The SDK can be used in 2 different ways with a separate sample for each way.

  • One way to use it is synchronously by calling the functions "predict" and "reply" that are present in the "LUISClient" and receiving the response as a returned object from the class "LUISResponse".
  • Another way is asynchronously by creating 2 callback functions "onSuccess" and "onFailure" and passing them to the "predict" and "reply" functions to be called asynchronously in the cases of the request success or failure.

Sample Application

The sample application allows you to perform the Predict and Reply operations and to view the following parts of the parsed response:

  • Query
  • Top Intent
  • Entities
  • Dialog status and prompt


All Microsoft Cognitive Services SDKs and samples are licensed with the MIT License. For more details, see LICENSE.

Developer Code of Conduct

Developers using Cognitive Services, including this client library & sample, are required to follow the ?Developer Code of Conduct for Microsoft Cognitive Services?.

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