Rix is an AI chatbot made by Hashnode that lets you "chat" with programming languages, popular libraries, etc. with accurate responses based on the library's documentation, to prevent hallucinations.
I have chatted for some time with Rix, and it works quite well. You can also submit your library by clicking "Submit doc" at the top, which is very useful. The interface is also very simple, with a sidebar on the left and a chat on the right.
Rix is based on Hashnode's DocsGPT, which lets you add an AI chatbot to your open-source library's documentation.
Getting started with Rix
Start by going to https://hashnode.com/rix. This is Rix's website.
If you don't have any, create a Hashnode account. On the modal, follow all the steps indicated.
After creating an account, select a programming language or library in the sidebar on the left.
Start chatting with the bot on the right side. Enter your prompt on the input, and watch the response showing on the screen.
Here's an example chat I had with the "General Chatbot":