Amazon Developer Blogs

Amazon Developer Blogs

May 18, 2018

Akersh Srivastava

In this post, we share how you can improve your skill's customer experience with a recipe that addresses this principle element of conversation: responsiveness.

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May 17, 2018

Chris Foley

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In this post, I will demonstrate how to craft your first API calls with the tool Postman. Postman is a tool for developing and testing APIs, and is available as a Windows, Mac, or Linux native client for free at https://www.getpostman.com.

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May 17, 2018

Guest Blogger

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In this entry, I will go over how to write your own timers and how to use them.

 

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May 17, 2018

Paul Cutsinger

When designing customer experiences for any form factor, it’s important to create a personal experience for users. Learn how you can individualize the voice experience through personalization.

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May 17, 2018

Kristin Fritsche

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Bisher erhielt Karich für fast alle seiner Skills auch Developer Rewards. Der „Lügenbaron“ ist mit zehntausenden von Nutzern der bisher erfolgreichste Skill. In der Developer Story erzählt er, was einen erfolgreichen Skill für ihn ausmacht.

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May 16, 2018

BJ Haberkorn

Apply today for a developer preview that lets you easily use voices from Amazon Polly in your Alexa skills to deliver more engaging experiences.

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May 16, 2018

Jennifer King

By integrating the Alexa Skills Management API (SMAPI) into Storyline, users can create, test, publish, and update their skills, without ever leaving Storyline’s drag-and-drop interface.

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May 16, 2018

Jennifer King

Adva Levin isn’t your typical Alexa skill developer. In fact, she isn’t a developer at all. Yet Levin’s first Alexa skill called Kids Court won the $20,000 Grand Prize plus a $5,000 Finalist Prize in the Alexa Skills Challenge: Kids.

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May 15, 2018

Emily Esposito Fulkerson

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We wanted to learn about the current sentiment and behavior around competitive mobile gaming among Amazon Appstore developers. So, we surveyed a pool of 1,290 U.S.-based developers published on the Amazon Appstore to get their thoughts.

 

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May 15, 2018

Jeff Blankenburg

To help you get started as you design your in-skill purchasing experience, we’ve created a new sample skill that includes in-skill products. The sample demonstrates how to use the new in-skill purchasing features by offering different both one-time purchases and subscriptions.

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