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October 10, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

In this roundup video we share details about the new things released for skill developers last month, including the Web API for Games (Preview), Alexa-hosted Skills Python Support, the NLU Evalution tool, and all of the announcements from our September Event.

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October 09, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

We’re excited to announce the General Availability of Natural Language Understanding (NLU) Evaluation Tool and Utterance Conflict Detection. We are also excited to announce the Get Metrics API, now in Beta. 

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October 03, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

Today, we are excited to announce that users can invoke custom skills from Alexa routines.

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September 25, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

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Announcing New Alexa Skills Kit Developer Tools to Help You Deliver Visuals on the Latest Echo Devices, More Languages, and Personalization

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September 09, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

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What's new in the Alexa Skills Kit for August 2019? Read our release roundup blog to find out.

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August 30, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

We’re excited to announce the open source release of the ASK CLI in beta on GitHub, now with support for deploying your skill code to AWS using CloudFormation.

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August 30, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

SMAPI and CLI error responses are now more detailed and more actionable for failed operations performed in skill development.

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August 30, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

Newly added support for Express.js in the Node.js SDK and Jinja support in the Python SDK now make it easier to build and integrate skills. 

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August 14, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

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What's new in the Alexa Skills Kit for July 2019? Read our release roundup blog to find out.

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July 17, 2019

Leo Ohannesian

このたび、Alexa Skills KitのSkill Connectionsが一般公開されました。現時点でAlexaが利用できる場所であれば、どこでも利用できます。Skill Connectionsとは、特定のタスクを別のスキルに実行させる機能のことです。スキルに大掛かりな変更を加えることなく機能を拡張し、さまざまなユーザーリクエストに応えられるようになります。

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