[POLL]: Help us with your expert feedback on Freddy Copilot for Developers!

Hello Developers!

We need your help. Have you been using our Gen-AI toolkit, Freddy Copilot for Developers, in your app development journey on the Freshworks Developer Platform? If so, we want your input. Please participate in the poll and share your valuable feedback. This will enable us to make improvements and enhance the overall developer experience. Your insights will help us refine Freddy Copilot to better meet your needs and support your app development journey.

How often do you use Freddy Copilot for developers?
  • I haven’t used Freddy Copilot for Developers yet
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Rarely
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What do you find most valuable in a developer assistant tool like Freddy Copilot for Developers?
  • Speed of development
  • Ease of debugging
  • Quality of generated code
  • Ease of getting questions answered via Freddy Copilot
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Which feature of Freddy Copilot do you use most often?
  • I haven’t used Freddy Copilot yet
  • Build new apps from scratch using use-case to app code feature
  • Build app UI frontend using design to code
  • Ask questions to refactor code, debug, or about the developer platform through conversation to code
  • Any other use cases you tried solving? Please mention below
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What aspect of building apps on the Freshworks Developer Platform do you find hard?
  • Initial setup and configuration of dev environment
  • Understanding platform & Freshworks product-specific APIs
  • Debugging and troubleshooting
  • Keeping up with platform version updates and changes
  • Scalability and performance tuning
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Thank you for your participation!

Hi @Tanmay_Kapoor

It wasn’t a choice on the last question, but the hardest part is the coverage testing. Its a bit flakey, and you can’t automate both serverless and front end in the same app as one resets the other. Also 80% on branches can be challenging to achieve if you add the proper error handling because there is no easy way to generate error responses from the request API.