The Django ASK SDK package provides support for using ASK SDK and Django, to deploy custom skills as webservice
Django ASK SDK - Extending ASK SDK to work with Django
If you already have a skill built using the ASK SDK skill builders, then you only need to do the following, to set this up in your django app (example_app):
from ask_sdk_core.skill_builder import SkillBuilder from ask_sdk_core.handler_input import HandlerInput from ask_sdk_core.dispatch_components import AbstractRequestHandler from ask_sdk_core.utils import is_request_type from ask_sdk_model import Response sb = SkillBuilder() class LaunchRequestHandler(AbstractRequestHandler): """Handler for skill launch.""" def can_handle(self, handler_input): # type: (HandlerInput) -> bool return is_request_type("LaunchRequest")(handler_input) def handle(self, handler_input): # type: (HandlerInput) -> Response speech = "Hello" handler_input.response_builder.speak(speech) return handler_input.response_builder.response # Other skill components here .... # Register all handlers, interceptors etc. # For eg : sb.add_request_handler(LaunchRequestHandler()) skill = sb.create()
from .my_skill import skill from django_ask_sdk.skill_adapter import SkillAdapter my_skill_view = SkillAdapter.as_view( skill=skill) urlpatterns = [ path('/', my_skill_view, name='index'), ]
Are you planning to deploy your skill on AWS Lambda? Then, you don’t even need this package. The ASK SDK provides a lambda_handler that can be directly used in your lambda console.
More code examples can be found here.
Works as an extension on skills built using ASK SDK. No need to learn something new.
Provides default request signature and request timestamp verification. These can be configured on app level by setting / unsetting default parameters on the view.
Provides a way to register multiple skills on your app, at different endpoints.
Assuming that you have Python and virtualenv installed, you can install the package and it’s dependencies (ask-sdk-webservice-support) from PyPi as follows:
$ virtualenv venv $ . venv/bin/activate $ pip install django-ask-sdk
This package is not installed along-side ask-sdk standard distribution, and has to be installed separately if you need support for skill deployment as webservice, using Django.
SDK Usage and Getting Started
Getting started guides, SDK Features, API references, samples etc. can be found at Read The Docs
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