Note: Sign in to the developer console to build or publish your skill.
Note: Alexa Conversations Description Language (ACDL) is offered as a beta and may change as we receive feedback and iterate on the feature.
After you set up the ASK CLI to use the Alexa Conversations Description Language (ACDL), you can create a new skill for ACDL or convert an existing skill to ACDL.
Note: Version 2.29 of the Alexa Skills Kit Command Line Interface (ASK CLI) is now available. This single tool lets you work with all Alexa skills, including Alexa Conversations Description Language (ACDL) skills, interaction model skills, and skills that use both. You can continue to use the current ASK CLI for ACDL, but it will no longer be updated. To get the latest supported features and functionality, use version 2.29 or later.
In this section
- Tutorial: Create an Alexa Conversations Skill with ACDL – Use the Alexa Skills Kit Command-Line Interface (ASK CLI) to create an Alexa Conversations skill from a quick-start Weather Bot template.
- Tutorial: Convert an Alexa Conversations Skill to ACDL – Export a skill from the developer console so that you can edit it in the ASK CLI.
- Tutorial: Build a Multi-turn Alexa Conversations Skill with ACDL – Use ACDL to build a multi-turn skill that helps users find the cheapest flights.
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Last updated: Mar 28, 2023