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    Serverless Alexa Skills Plugin

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    Description

    Manage your Alexa Skills with Serverless Framework.

    Requirements

    Installation

    serverless plugin install --name serverless-alexa-skills

    or

    npm install serverless-alexa-skills

    Setup

    See: the step-by-step guide

    Configuration

    serverless.yml

    provider:
      name: aws
      runtime: nodejs6.10
    
    plugins:
      - serverless-alexa-skills
    
    custom:
      alexa:
        skills:
          - id: ${env:YOUR_ALEXA_SKILL_ID} # Optional - If omitted, publishingInformation names will be used to locate the skill
            skillManifest:
              publishingInformation:
                locales:
                  en-US:
                    name: test2
              apis:
                custom: {}
              manifestVersion: '1.0'
            models:
              en-US:
                interactionModel:
                  languageModel:
                    invocationName: hello
                    intents:
                      - name: AMAZON.CancelIntent
                        samples: []
                      - name: AMAZON.HelpIntent
                        samples: []
                      - name: AMAZON.StopIntent
                        samples: []
                      - name: HelloWorldIntent
                        samples:
                        - hello
                        - say hello
                        - hello world
    

    Commands

    alexa auth

    Authenticate with Amazon OAuth2.

    • This command creates a local web server to receive OAuth2 authentication redirects. The default port is 9090. If you want to change the port, please change custom.alexa.localServerPort setting.

    Note: You must use the 9090 port if use the default security profile. If you want to use another port number, you have to create a custom security profile with "http://127.0.0.0:$YOUR_PORT_NUMBER/cb" as Allow Return URLs.

    $ serverless alexa auth -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa auth .................... Authenticate with Amazon OAuth2

    alexa create

    Create an Alexa Skill.

    $ serverless alexa create -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa create .................. Create an Alexa Skill
        --name / -n (required) ............. Name of the skill
        --locale / -l (required) ........... First locale of the skill (e.g. "ja-JP", "en-US")
        --type / -t (required) ............. Type of the skill (e.g. "custom", "smartHome", "video")

    alexa delete

    Delete an Alexa Skill.

    $ serverless alexa delete -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa delete .................. Delete an Alexa Skill
        --id / -i (required) ............... Skill ID

    alexa manifests

    List your Alexa Skill Manifests.

    $ serverless alexa manifests -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa manifests ............... List your Alexa Skill Manifests

    alexa update

    Update your Alexa Skill Manifests.

    $ serverless alexa update -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa update .................. Update your Alexa Skill Manifests
        --dryRun / -d ...................... Dry run (Only output the diff)

    alexa models

    List your Alexa Interaction Models.

    $ serverless alexa models -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa models .................. List your Alexa Interaction Models

    alexa build

    Update and buid your Alexa Interaction Models.

    $ serverless alexa build -h
    Plugin: AlexaSkills
    alexa build ................... Update and buid your Alexa Interaction Models
        --dryRun / -d ...................... Dry run (Only output the diff)

    How to use

    See: the post of Serverless Blog

    Development

    Pull requests are very welcome! Make sure your patches are well tested. Ideally create a topic branch for every separate change you make. For example:

    1. Fork the repo
    2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
    3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
    4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
    5. Create new Pull Request

    Authors

    Created and maintained by Masashi Terui (marcy9114@gmail.com)

    License

    MIT License (see LICENSE)

    Install

    npm i @solvis/serverless-alexa-skills

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    20

    Version

    0.1.3

    License

    MIT

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    379 kB

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