71 packages returned for Tags:"Alexa"

  • 2,174 total downloads
  • last updated 1/2/2017
  • Latest version: 0.0.4-dev-0002
  • Alexa
JamesQMurphy.AlexaSkill is a set of classes that help you write Alexa skills for the Amazon Echo. JamesQMurphy.AlexaSkill works best with NancyFx (http://nancyfx.org/) but can be used in any .NET-based application.
  • 2,470 total downloads
  • last updated 10/28/2019
  • Latest version: 3.0.8
  • alexa
A simple .NET sdk for Alexa, supports APL
  • 1,184 total downloads
  • last updated 10/13/2019
  • Latest version: 0.1.5
  • Alexa
Contains POCOs for serializing an deserializing Alexa requests and responses, including support for display directives for the Echo Show. It also includes handlers for requesting user profile data and device data as well as sending progressive responses for long-running requests.
  • 35,109 total downloads
  • last updated 6/16/2018
  • Latest version:
  • alexa lambda
Some helpers for streamlining Alexa C# Lambda functions. Breaking changes: - AlexaIntent no longer has the parameters passed into the ctor - The old container is gone in favour of AutoFac - Registering dependencies is done via RegisterDependencies -- This enables ctor injection to work in any... More information
  • 5,122 total downloads
  • last updated 8/2/2017
  • Latest version: 1.0.7
  • alexa amazon
A .NET library to intuitively implement Alexa skills.
  • 1,736 total downloads
  • last updated 7/20/2017
  • Latest version: 1.0.0-beta-6
  • alexa echo
A .NET Standard package for building Alexa messages. Inspired by the NPM package 'alexa-message-builder'.
  • 444 total downloads
  • last updated 4/22/2017
  • Latest version: 0.1.0
  • Alexa AlexaSkill
Alexa Skill .Net Sdk. Contains object model for https://developer.amazon.com/public/solutions/alexa/alexa-skills-kit/docs/alexa-skills-kit-interface-reference . Authentication logic according to... More information
  • 8,524 total downloads
  • last updated 11/7/2019
  • Latest version: 4.6.0
  • alexa skills APL
Small helper library to allow Alexa.NET skills to work with APL