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echo-sonos - Amazon Echo integration with Sonos

  •    Javascript

All of the pieces for an Amazon Echo (Alexa) <-> Sonos integration. echo-sonos supports Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Deezer Elite, Sonos playlists, Sonos favorites, SiriusXM, the local Sonos music library, and configurable node-sonos-http-api presets.

alexa-app - A framework for Alexa (Amazon Echo) apps using Node.js

  •    Javascript

You're reading the documentation for the next release of alexa-app, which should be 4.3.0. Please see CHANGELOG and make sure to read UPGRADING when upgrading from a previous version. The current stable release is 4.2.3. This module parses HTTP JSON requests from the Alexa platform and builds the JSON response that consumed by an Alexa-compatible device, such as the Echo.

kanzi - Alexa skill for controlling Kodi

  •    Python

Visit the documentation here to learn how to setup this skill. This is a skill for Amazon Alexa that allows you to control one or more instances of Kodi with your voice.

alexa-skill-kit - Library for effortless Alexa Skill development with AWS Lambda

  •    Javascript

Library for effortless Alexa Skill development with AWS Lambda. Alexa Skill Kit is a library that simplifies the development of Alexa Skills with Node.js and AWS Lambda. It doesn't require any specific deploy style, it can work with manually created Lambda functions, deployment via Claudia.js, etc.

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

  •    Go

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

  •    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.

alexa-skill-demo - Alexa Skill Demonstration using Python

  •    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.

algoliasearch-alexa - 🔊 Search by voice in Alexa, powered by Algolia

  •    Javascript

This is an adapter that allows you to use the Algolia search API easily within your Alexa Skills Kit Skill. It provides tools for integrating Algolia search and a framework for structuring your Alexa skill. Developed to be used on Amazon Lambda, you set up your intent handlers normally except for any that you want to leverage Algolia. For these handlers, a configuration object must be provided that defines the handler you want to call upon completion of the Algolia search. Algolia will be queried automatically, then provide an object with the results, intent, session, and response to your defined handler.

HuntTheYetiAlexa - Play the game Hunt the Yeti on the Amazon Echo

  •    Javascript

As of May 16, 2017, this code is distributed under the GPL. You may use the code under the GPL terms and conditions which are best explained here. The most notable requirement of the GPL is that you must disclose your source code. You may use this in a commercial product, but ultimately I want this to be an educational experience. To begin the game, say "Alexa, launch the Yeti Hunt Game", then "Begin Game".

RoboHome-Web - RoboHome-Web is the codebase that represents the frontend of the RoboHome project

  •    PHP

This repo is one of a few repos that make up the whole project. RoboHome-Web is the codebase that represents the frontend of the RoboHome project. The web interface provides a way to create users, add and manage devices, and an additional way to control devices. RoboHome-Web is primarily built using PHP with Laravel for MVC and routing, MySQL for the database, and Bootstrap for layout and basic mobile support. RoboHome is a SaaS tool that also integrates with Amazon's Echo to enable control of semi-connected devices (think IR, and RF) in your house over wifi! This is done using an MQTT pub-sub network to send messages between the website or Echo to a microcontroller like the ESP8266 which has various transmitters hooked up to it (like IR and RF transmitters) to send signals to these devices. This can be used to control RF outlets with lights plugged into them, or to turn on your TV and change channels for instance.

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-rubykit - Amazon Echo Alexa's App Kit Ruby Implementation

  •    Ruby

This gem implements a quick back-end service for deploying applications for Amazon's Echo (Alexa). This Gem provides methods to create and handle request and response objects to be used in your container of choice.

alexandra - Python toolkit for writing Amazon Echo skills as web services

  •    Python

Minimal Python library to remove the tedious boilerplate-y parts of writing Alexa skills. Alexandra is tested against Python 2.7 and 3.6. Alexandra can be used as part of an AWS lambda function or a self-hosted server. There's a builtin WSGI app if you're in to that kind of thing.

alexa-ha - An Amazon Echo skill for controlling your Home Automation via voice

  •    Javascript

The current version is focused on perfecting support for OpenHAB; other HA solutions may be added in the future. OpenHAB v1.x is currently well tested and supported, OpenHAB v2.x support is coming in due time. Your HA Controller does the heavy lifting of integrating with various downstream technologies/protocols, and Amazon Echo combined with the Alexa HA Skill translates your voice commands into HA actions.

go-avs - A simple package for communicating with Amazon’s HTTP/2 API for AVS.

  •    Go

A simple package for communicating with Amazon’s HTTP/2 API for AVS. Requires Go 1.6 or later.

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