Voice Applications for Beginners: A Genius Guide to Developing Skills for Alexa and Google Assistant
Voice Applications for Beginners
Start building your first voice application today! The best part? You don’t require prior experience to start making one.
This book is for beginners seeking that perfect go-to guide to build their first voice application.
Voice-first platforms such as Google Home and Amazon Alexa have revolutionized the lifestyle of billions. And as passionate programmers, it is time to take advantage of this booming industry.
It may sound intimidating, coding a voice application, at first. But this guide you are looking at will help you understand all the concepts behind voice-first technology and make your coding workflow much smoother.
If you are curious to learn more and make that voice application, this book will guide you to that goal.
Edward Thornton, an experienced developer for both Google Home and Alexa, will assist you on this coding journey to create a multimodal voice application.
He will teach you the concepts and principles based on two voice-first technology pioneers, Alexa and Google Assistant, while equally, providing coding blueprints to absorb the content in a better way.
After reading Voice Applications For Beginners, you will learn:
- About voice-first technology using real-life scenarios and coding examples
- Dialog flow and implementation for both Google Assistant and Alexa
- Different Conversational tools for skill development and action
- How to build and design a multimodal VUI
This is for you, aspiring developers who are craving that handbook companion to help you make your interactive voice application.
Are you up for the challenge? Then grab this book and start coding today!