This is documentation for Rasa & Rasa Pro Documentation v2.x, which is no longer actively maintained.
For up-to-date documentation, see the latest version (3.x).
Migrate From Other Tools (beta)
Here are a few reasons why we see developers switching from other tools to Rasa Open Source:
Faster: Runs locally - no HTTP requests or server round trips required
Customizable: Tune models and get higher accuracy with your data set
Open source: No risk of vendor lock-in - Rasa Open Source is under the Apache 2.0 license and you can use it in commercial projects
In addition, our open source tools allow developers to build contextual AI assistants and manage dialogues with machine learning instead of rules - check it out in this blog post.
Learn how to migrate from: