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alexa-skills-kit-sdk-for-nodejs - The Alexa Skills Kit SDK for Node


Alexa SDK team is proud to present the new Alexa Node.js SDK -- the open-source Alexa Skill Development Kit built by developers for developers. Creating an Alexa skill using the Alexa Skill Kit, Node.js and AWS Lambda has become one of the most popular ways we see skills created today. The event-driven, non-blocking I/O model of Node.js is well-suited for an Alexa skill and Node.js is one of the largest ecosystems of open source libraries in the world. Plus, AWS Lambda is free for the first one million calls per month, which is sufficient for most Alexa skill developers. Also, when using AWS Lambda you don't need to manage any SSL certificates since the Alexa Skills Kit is a trusted trigger.

avs-device-sdk - An SDK for commercial device makers to integrate Alexa directly into connected products


If you are updating from v1.3 or earlier to v1.6, you must update your AlexaClientSDKConfig.json to include a Notifications database. An updated sample is available in the quickstart guides for Ubuntu Linux, Raspberry Pi, macOS, and Generic Linux. The Alexa Voice Service (AVS) enables developers to integrate Alexa directly into their products, bringing the convenience of voice control to any connected device. AVS provides developers with access to a suite of resources to quickly and easily build Alexa-enabled products, including APIs, hardware development kits, software development kits, and documentation.

Jovo Framework - Build cross-platform voice applications for Amazon Alexa and Google Home


Jovo is the first open source framework that lets you build voice apps for both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant with only one code base. Besides cross-platform development, Jovo also offers a variety of integrations and easy prototyping capabilities.

alexa-skills-dotnet - An Amazon Alexa Skills SDK for .NET


Alexa.NET is a helper library for working with Alexa skill requests/responses in C#. Whether you are using the AWS Lambda service or hosting your own service on your server, this library aims just to make working with the Alexa API more natural for a C# developer using a strongly-typed object model.You most likely are going to want to get the type of request to know if it was the default launch, an intent, or maybe an audio request.




alexarank - A simple node package to get Alexa traffic rank for a domain or URL


A simple node package to get Alexa traffic rank for a domain or URL.alexarank is released under the BSD 2-Clause license. See LICENSE file for details.

dnc - A CLI tool to check domain names configuration and statistics


dnc (Domain Name Checker), is a CLI tool to check domain names configuration and statistics.If no domains are specified as command line arguments, dnc will attempt to read its configuration file.

nodecloud - Node.js resource directory


This repository hosts the code powering NodeCloud.NodeCloud is a resource directory gathering sites related to Node.js and ordering them by their Alexa traffic rank.


voice-powered-analytics - Workshop to build voice enabled integration with data analytics


We expect most attendees to be able to complete the full workshop in 2 hours.To help keep moving through the sections in case you get stuck anywhere, we have provided CloudFormation templates and sample code.

go-alexa - A collection of Amazon Echo / Alexa tools for Go development.


Amazon has supplied packages for Java and Node.js (tied to the AWS Lamda platform) but I wanted to develop my skills in Go. As I moved through the process making my app work with Amazon's spec, a simple web framework that took care all the heavy lifting on security and crafting the response object formed. I'm looking forward to more Go-based tools getting created and living in this go-alexa bucket but for now the skillserver is the first tool.

chatskills - Run and debug Alexa skills on the command-line


Run Alexa apps on the command-line. Run them in Slack. Run them anywhere! Supports Amazon Alexa skills and intents. Chatskills does not require a server and can run directly in the console. It can also run on the web, or Slack, or anywhere. It handles requests from multiple users and maintains session memory. When a user starts a conversation with one of the skills, the skill continues to execute within a session context, until the skill terminates.

alexa - Monorepo of libraries used for Amazon Alexa development


A monorepo of libraries used to build both custom skills and smart home skills for the Amazon Echo. Provides ES7 annotations for declaratively building both custom skills and smart home skills for the Echo. These skills are designed to be run on AWS Lambda. Try it out in the Playground.

alexa-reasonml - An example Alexa skill written in ReasonML


This is a rough first attempt at building an Alexa skill using ReasonML. It's messy and my first project in the language, any tips/tricks/suggestions are more than welcome. The "skill" part of this project is contained within src/Index.re and src/HelloWorld.re. The index file contains a router which handles both a LaunchRequest and an IntentRequest called HelloWorld. The implementation of the HelloWorld intent handler is in src/HelloWorld.re.

sonar - Chat bot for asking questions about your community with open data


Information should be easily accessible and ubiquitous. Often data requires complex user experiences through limited devices. Instead, what if data can be conversational through commonly used communications tools like Facebook Messenger and Amazon Alexa voice recognition. Sonar bot provides a natural language interface to local government open data and demographic services that helps people ask questions of their community.

reverb - Unofficial Push-based Amazon Echo API


Reverb is an open source library for creating custom interactions with the Amazon Echo. Unlike existing solutions, Reverb uses a true "push"-style interaction and does not rely on using a simulated or real web browser behind the scenes. This makes it fast and lightweight on both your network and your machine. For now, Reverb requires you to get extract some data by hand. These are the "Cookie" header and the device serial number. These can both be easily acquired using the Developer Tools that come with Chrome. Simply open the Echo web app and open the Network tab of the developer tools. Click on the Filter icon (it looks a bit like a funnel) and filter down to "WebSockets." Then, refresh the page.

alexa-ts - A lightweight framework for building Alexa skills.


A lightweight framework for building Alexa skills. When using the router component, the state used in all handlers must be of the same type.

alexa-skill-demo - Alexa Skill Demonstration using Python


Alexa Skill Demonstration using Python. Build a Skill for Alexa / Amazon Echo that tells you about the status of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train network. Full blog post describing this can be found here.

asana-alexa-skill - Alexa Skill for Asana


This is not an official Asana project. Alexa Skill that lets you easily add tasks to Asana. You can optionally add a task to a project.