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Voxa Framework Snippets

by wuelcas ST2/ST3

Code snippets to speed up your Alexa skill development using the Voxa Framework

Details

  • 1.0.0
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 months ago
  • 57 minutes ago
  • 8 months ago

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Voxa Framework Snippets

This extension provides you code snippets for Sublime Text to speed up your Alexa skills development using the Voxa Framework made by RAIN.

Installation

The simple way to install these snippets is via Package Control. Search for “Voxa Framework Snippets”. If you want to install it manually I will asume that you know what you need to do.

Snippets

Every space inside { } means that this is pushed into next line.

$ represent each step after tab.

State and Intent

Prefix Method
onintentVoxa→ $1:skill.onIntent('$2', ($3:alexaEvent) => { $4 });
launchintentVoxa→ $1:skill.onIntent('LaunchIntent', ($2:alexaEvent) => { $3 });
helpintentVoxa→ $1:skill.onIntent('AMAZON.HelpIntent', ($2:alexaEvent) => { $3 });
repeatintentVoxa→ $1:skill.onIntent('AMAZON.RepeatIntent', ($2:alexaEvent) => { $3 });
startoverintentVoxa→ $1:skill.onIntent('AMAZON.StartOverIntent', ($2:alexaEvent) => { $3 });
onstateVoxa→ $1:skill.onState('$2', ($3:alexaEvent) => { $4 });
entryVoxa→ $1:skill.onState('entry', { $2 });
replyVoxa→ return { reply: '$1', to: '$2' };
toVoxa→ return { to: '$1' };
ifyesVoxa→ if (alexaEvent.intent.name === 'AMAZON.YesIntent') { $1 }
ifnoVoxa→ if (alexaEvent.intent.name === 'AMAZON.NoIntent') { $1 }
ifintentnameVoxa→ if (alexaEvent.intent.name === '$1') { $2 }

Boilerplate code for files

viewsVoxa

const views = (function views() {
  return {
    $1
  };
}());

askVoxa

$1:ResponseName: {
  ask: '$2',
  reprompt: '$3',
},

tellVoxa

$1:ResponseName: {
  tell: '$2',
},

sayVoxa

$1:ResponseName: {
  say: '$2',
},

variablesVoxa

module.exports = {
  $1:variableName: model => model.$1:variableName,
},

registerVoxa

exports.register = function register(skill) {
  $1
};

mainstatemachineVoxa

const Voxa = require('voxa');
const views = require('${1:./views}');
const variables = require('${2:./variables}');
const states = require('${3:./states}');

const skill = new Voxa({ variables, views });
states.register(skill);

module.exports = skill;

serverVoxa

const skill = require('${1:./skill/MainStateMachine}');
const config = require('${2:./config}');

skill.startServer(config.server.port);

lambdaVoxa

const skill = require('${1:./skill/MainStateMachine}');

exports.handler = skill.lambda();