Last week, we officially launched
v3 of the Jovo Framework. You can find the announcement here. Today, we want to take a deeper look into one of the most celebrated features additions: Support for Samsung Bixby.
You can also take a look at the tutorial here: Build your first Samsung Bixby Capsule with Jovo.
- Introduction to Bixby Development with Jovo
- Get Started with Bixby and Jovo
- Need Help?
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Samsung Bixby is seen as the third major voice assistant platform, together with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It is claimed that Bixby is soon running on more than 500 million devices, which makes it pretty compelling for developers and businesses to look into its app ecosystem.
Apps for Samsung's assistant are called Bixby Capsules. You can find a general introduction into the platform at the Bixby Developer Portal. If you're used to Alexa Skill and Google Action development, you will notice that Bixby uses a few different patterns. We offer an introduction to the differences in our Bixby tutorial.
By using Jovo, you can now build Bixby Capsules and enjoy our framework's benefits:
- Cross-platform development
- Open source and highly flexible, e.g. host your voice app anywhere
- Many integrations, e.g. CMS, databases, analytics
Thanks a lot to Ruben Aegerter who put a lot of work and passion into building this integration!
There are several ways how you can build your first Bixby Capsule with Jovo:
To get to your first "Hello World" with Bixby and Jovo, we recommend you take a look at our tutorial: Build your first Samsung Bixby Capsule with Jovo.
We also offer two templates for Bixby development. You can find them on Github: jovotech/jovo-templates.
The first one is the "Hello World" version that is also used in our tutorial:
We also offer a template for Bixby Audioplayer:
Want to get involved with Samsung Bixby, but don't know where to get started. Contact us for professional support from the Jovo core team.