Learn more about the general architecture and lifecycle of voice app requests and responses.
The request and response lifecycle of a voice application has two key concepts:
Each interaction between a user and a voice application consists of an interaction pair with a
request and a
request is the incoming data that the voice platform sends to your app's endpoint. It consists information like
and other things that might be relevant to your app. You can access the incoming request with
The app logic is what happens between an incoming request and sending back a response to the voice platform.
Usually, this includes:
A great next step to learn more about the Jovo app logic is taking a look at Routing.
response is what you send back to the platform after the
request has been run through your app logic. It includes
session is an uninterrupted interaction between a user and your application. It consists of at least one
response interaction pair, but can have a series of inputs and outputs. A session can end for the following reasons:
shouldEndSession, which is true for
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