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Amazon Alexa Skills authenticated by Azure Active Directory and backed by an Azure Function

This post is provided by Premier Field Engineer, Nathan Vanderby, who walks us through how to write an Alexa skill using Azure Functions.  Last updated June 2018. Most people have heard of the Amazon Echo and the skills that provide it functions. Amazon makes it really easy to create these skills using an AWS Lambda function. These can...

Amazon Alexa Skills authenticated by Azure Active Directory and backed by ASP.NET Core 2.0 Web API hosted on Azure

This post is provided by Premier Field Engineer, Nathan Vanderby, who walks us through how to write an Alexa skill using .NET core and AAD.  Lasted updated, June 2018. Amazon's Echo devices and Alexa assistant need no introduction. In this post I lay out how you can write an Alexa skill and use a .NET core 2.0 API backend service to ...

Amazon Alexa Skills Development with Azure Active Directory and ASP.NET Core 1.0 Web API

In this post, Premier ADM, Rob Reilly, walks us through building Alexa Skills using Azure AD and ASP.NET Core Web API. Background Amazon Alexa is a technology developed by Amazon that takes voice commands, interprets them, and then takes action by sending requests on to API’s to perform a multitude of tasks only limited by your ...

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