Once you have the client set up and configured for Lex, you want to test. Regardless of your platform, you need and want to test interactions with text and audio or speech. For the given application—mobile, web, or desktop—, you need a way to enter text and support audio with access to a microphone.
- [Instructor] So we're almost there. … We're almost ready to test this. … And we've got our app set up to be able to connect to AWS. … We need to set up to connect specifically to our bot … and then we can test it. … We can hear the beautiful voice of our bot. … So, one thing we need is we need a button on our UI … so that we can engage the bot. … So we're going to open up the story board and I'll open up … the Object Library and just drop a regular old view … on there. … I'll open up the Attributes pane and look at … the Identity Inspector and I'm going to make this view … a AWS Lex Voice Button. … I also want a reference to that so I'm going to open up … the Assistant and Control Drag into my class … and I'll name it VTN (mumbles) bot. … And I'll close the assistant and that right pane … and go back to my code. … Back in the code I need to configure the Lex integration … kit so I need to create a configuration for that … and then I need to register the Lex integration kit. … So not a lot of code, but it does a lot for us. …
- Introducing Amazon Lex
- Lex API and CLI
- Creating the bot
- Testing the bot
- Defining slot types
- Configuring input and confirmation prompts
- Designing responses
- Publishing the bot
- Creating and connecting lambdas
Skill Level Advanced
AWS Machine Learning by Examplewith Jonathan Fernandes1h 23m Intermediate
Creating chatbots1m 36s
1. AWS Lex Overview
2. Creating a Bot
3. Slots and Slot Types
6. Functionality with Lambdas
Next steps1m 13s
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