A framework for testing Alexa Skills developed in Python with the alexa-skills-kit-sdk-for-python.
This is a framework for testing Alexa Skills developed in Python with the alexa-skills-kit-sdk-for-python, which is mostly a translation of taimos' Alexa Skill Test Framework in Typescript, which itself is based on the alexa-skill-test-framework by Brian MacIntosh.
The framework uses assert to check the expected behaviour. So the best way to go is using it with pytest.
The ask-sdk version it is based on is
You can install the framework via pip:
pip install py_ask_sdk_test
You can see an example for using the framework in the following and in the framework's test-files:
from py_ask_sdk_test.alexa_test import AlexaTest from py_ask_sdk_test.classes import TestItem, SkillSettings, SupportedInterfaces from request_builders.launch_request_builder import LaunchRequestBuilder from request_builders.intent_request_builder import IntentRequestBuilder from pseudo_handler import handler skill_settings = SkillSettings(app_id="<Your skill's id>", user_id="<Your user id>", device_id="<Your device id>", locale="<The locale of your skill>", interfaces=SupportedInterfaces()) # interfaces your skill supports (audio, video etc.) def test_launch_request(): alexa_test = AlexaTest(handler) alexa_test.test( [ TestItem( LaunchRequestBuilder(skill_settings).build(), expected_speech="Salve, gaudeo te videre!", expected_repromt="Vin aliquid dicere?", check_question=False ), TestItem( IntentRequestBuilder("DeiIntent", skill_settings).build(), expected_speech=(r"Jupiter.+", True), expected_repromt="", check_question=False ) ] )
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