Alexa Skills Kit SDK for Python
The ASK SDK for Python makes it easier for you to build highly engaging skills, by allowing you to spend more time on implementing features and less on writing boiler-plate code.
To help you get started with the SDK we have included the following guides. In the future, we plan to include more documentation and samples too.
- SDK Features
- SDK API Reference
- Latest SDK Version
- Got Feedback?
- Tutorials & Guides
- Related topics
This guide will show you how to include the SDK as a dependency in your Python project.
Walks you through step-by-step instructions for building the Hello World sample.
Provides a comprehensive list of skill samples using the SDK.
Provides a list of Alexa capabilities that are supported in the ASK SDK.
Covers how to build request handlers, exception handlers, and request and response interceptors.
Covers how to use the ResponseBuilder to compose multiple elements like text, cards, and audio into a single response.
Covers how to construct a
Skill object in your Alexa skill code.
Covers how to use skill attributes to store and retrieve skill data.
Covers how to configure and construct a skill instance.
Covers how to use service clients in your skill to access Alexa APIs.
Covers how to call Alexa APIs that work out of skill's session context. For example, to send notifications to skill users outside the normal skill flow, etc.
Covers how to host a skill as a web service.
SDK API Reference
- DynamoDb Persistence Adapter
- S3 Persistence Adapter
- Webservice Support and Framework Adapters
Latest SDK Version
The ASK SDKs are updated frequently to support new ASK features. You can always find the most recent versions on GitHub:
We would like to hear about your bugs, feature requests, questions or quick feedback. Please search for existing issues before opening a new one. It would also be helpful if you follow the templates for issue and pull request creation. Please follow the contributing guidelines for pull requests.
Tutorials & Guides
- Voice Design Guide – A great resource for learning conversational and voice user interface design.
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Last updated: Nov 28, 2023