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mapbox-navigation-ios - Turn-by-turn navigation logic and UI in Swift or Objective-C on iOS

  •    Swift

Mapbox Navigation gives you all the tools you need to add turn-by-turn navigation to your apps.Get up and running in a few minutes with our drop-in turn-by-turn navigation NavigationViewController, or build a completely custom turn-by-turn navigation app with our core components for routing and navigation.

alexa-assistant - Implementation of the Google Assistant SDK as an Alexa skill

  •    Javascript

The skill is hosted on AWS which is an Amazon service. The usage of this skill is free for many thousands of requests however Amazon still require a credit card incase you start using their services beyond the free limits. Your credit card details stay with Amazon - neither I nor any other developers can access them. If you wish to reproduce the installation instructions hosted on your own website (I really wish you wouldn't as it makes my life very difficult to support and update the skill) then you may do so and link to my Cloudformation template (and consequently the zips on my S3 buckets) provided that there is no monetisation on the page e.g. adverts. If you do wish to have monetisation then you will need to create your own instructions and host your own Cloudformation template and associated zip files.

amazon-polly-sample - Sample application for Amazon Polly

  •    Python

This app allows you to easily convert any publicly available RSS content into audio Podcasts, so you can listen to your favorite blogs on mobile devices instead of reading them.You will need an AWS account and an RSS feed. Some technical experience is required to setup your own instance of the app, but you don't have to write any code. Once setup, it can be used by anyone using a standard Podcast player.

amazon-polly-sample - Sample application for Amazon Polly

  •    Python

This app allows you to easily convert any publicly available RSS content into audio Podcasts, so you can listen to your favorite blogs on mobile devices instead of reading them. You will need an AWS account and an RSS feed. Some technical experience is required to setup your own instance of the app, but you don't have to write any code. Once setup, it can be used by anyone using a standard Podcast player.