Learn how to add a custom logger using the Jovo Plugin feature.
Learn how to easily add a repeat functionality to your voice application using the Jovo User Context (available since Jovo v1.2).
Learn more about the implementation of Alexa Skill Events in your Jovo project to get notified when your users interact with your Skill outside the active usage, for example when they enable your Skill or do account linking.
Suggestion Chips for Google Assistant are a great way to offer guidance and direct the conversation for users that are interacting with your Google Action on their mobile phones. In this blogpost you’re going to learn how to implement Suggestion Chips with the Jovo Framework.
This time we will show you how to use Alexa Login with Amazon account linking to get the email address as well as the name of your Alexa Skill’s user the most convenient way. (more…)
In this guide, we will show you how to set up Account Linking for your Google Assistant App with the help of Auth0, a service for developers to authorize and authenticate users. You won’t have to run your own OAuth 2.0 server and deal with security issues. Let’s walk through the process of Google Action Account Linking together in simple steps. (more…)
In this guide, we will show you how to set up Account Linking for your Amazon Alexa Skill, without having to deal with all the security issues and the burden of running your own OAuth 2.0 server. We will do this by using Auth0, a service for developers to authorize and authenticate users, which is a helpful tool for Alexa Account Linking. (more…)
In this guide, you will learn how to host your voice apps on Heroku, a cloud service that offers an easy solution for developers to deploy, manage, and scale their code. We will walk you through the process of creating a Heroku app and modifying your code step by step. (more…)