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Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant: the guide to voice-first development

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There's always someone listening! Voice-controlled devices like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are everywhere, and the apps that control them are getting more powerful. Whether you're jamming to Spotify, Googling facts, chatting with friends, or reordering supplies from Amazon, great voice apps change how you interact with the web. Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant teaches you how to design, build, and share voice apps.

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Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant: the guide to voice-first development

  1. 1. Building Amazing Voice UIs With Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant—get it for 42% off with code slcoates at manning.com.
  2. 2. There’s always someone listening… Voice-controlled devices like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are everywhere, and the apps that control them are getting more powerful. Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant teaches you how to design, build, and share voice apps.
  3. 3. Voice-first development Voice-enabled devices, and the apps that control them, are an exciting new field for UI designers and web developers. To create your own voice "skills," you'll need to learn some new device toolkits, the basics of Voice UI design, and a some emerging best practices for building and deploying on these diverse platforms.
  4. 4. A complete resource After an overview of Voice UIs and how they work, you'll build a voice-powered sleep tracker to monitor sleeping patterns. Building on the basics, you'll dig deeper as you master the art of building a multi-use conversational flow and even learn how to automatically display cards with stats of the previous night.
  5. 5. Learn from an expert The author—Dustin A. Coates—is a web developer and web development instructor. He has taught hundreds of students online and offline at General Assembly. Dustin has also developed popular courses for OneMonth.com and the European non-profit Konexio, which teaches refugees how to code.
  6. 6. If you want to learn more, read the first chapter of Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant here. With Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant—get it for 42% off with code slcoates at manning.com.

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