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

  •    C++

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

  •    Javascript

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.

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

  •    Javascript

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

  •    Javascript

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.

awesome-voice-apps - 🕶 A curated list of awesome voice projects, tools, and resources for Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and more

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A curated list of awesome voice projects, tools, and resources for Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and more. To the extent possible under law, Linked Experiences, Inc. has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

jovo-sample-voice-app-nodejs - Sample Voice App that uses the Jovo Framework to create a "Hello World" Alexa Skill and Google Action

  •    Javascript

Jovo is a development framework for cross-platform voice apps. Use this repository as a starting point to create a voice application for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. In this guide, you will learn how to create a "Hello World" voice app for both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

alexa-youtube-skill - Allows Alexa to play audio from YouTube videos

  •    Javascript

Alexa, search YouTube for Frost Hyperventilate. Setup: The instructions have been moved to this repository's wiki page.


cookiecutter-flask-ask - Cookiecutter template for Alexa skills based on the fantastic Flask-Ask framework 🍾🗣❓

  •    Python

Short of a partridge in a pear tree, this contains everything you might need to get cracking with your very own Alexa skill! Read on below for directions on getting started with Flask-Ask.

alexa-message-builder - Simple message builder for Alexa replies.

  •    Javascript

Simple message builder for Alexa response. Alexa Message Builder is available as a node module on NPM.

AssistantJS - TypeScript framework to build cross-platform voice applications (alexa, google home,

  •    TypeScript

As you can see, AssistantJS supports you in building more varied voice applications per default. Just use our template syntax ({Allright|Okay}) or pass all alternatives in an array. Thanks to our convention over configuration rulesets, we are greeting google assistant users different than alexa users. We could even greet them device-specific thanks to these conventions. Oh, and as you can see, inheriting intents (like the helpGenericIntent above) from other states (here: ApplicationState) is also possible.