Video: Alexa To Do App Demo


Cosmic Community Member Reagan McFarland just debuted the new Alexa Skill to add Objects to your Cosmic JS Bucket via voice. In this video, Cosmic JS co-founder Tony Spiro takes you on a quick tour of how to demo the Alexa To Do app from the Alexa developer console.

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Alexa To Do App Source Code
Amazon Alexa Developer Console
How to Build an Alexa Skill to add Objects to your Bucket via Voice

Video: Alexa To Do App Demo



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