A newly-created Alexa-based skill comes pre-provisioned with a basic interaction model and skill service you can test. In this video, view the basic skill code and how it works before moving on to custom development.
- Our Alexa hosted skill comes pre provisioned … with something call "The HelloWorldIntent". … Which would be a great model for seeing … how Intents work in this skill. … Click here under Intents on HelloWorldIntent. … You see it's got a name, … HellWorldIntent, and that's editable. … So when we create our own we can name it whatever we like. … We have Sample Utterances here. … These are the words that a user can speak … to get to this Intent. … You see examples, … hello, how are you, say hi world, say hi. … One of the reasons we have different formats here, … has to do with the different ways … that a skill can be invoked. … Remember, we might say, … "Open Pizza Dog", to get into a skill session … or we might say, "Ask Pizza Dog to..." something. … So in this case we could say, … "Open Pizza Dog.", … and then get a response. … And then say "Hello." … and then we're to respond "Hello" back. … On the other hand, … if we wanted to say, … "Ask Pizza Dog to say hi world.", … that's where this utterance comes in. …
- Designing effective voice interactions
- Designing an interaction model
- Building voice interactions
- Building an interaction model
- Alexa response functions
- Skills software development kit (SDK)
- Mapping values
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Design Your Alexa Skill
2. Alexa Skill First Steps
3. Building the Interaction Model
4. Enhancing the Voice Interaction
5. Publishing to the Alexa Skill Store
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