Alexa skills blueprints. My thoughts.
Because I'm getting older, I don't have time to code everything
by hand. I tried the free, Alexa
skills blueprint site, where non-coders can create skills
and now publish them to the skill store, but sadly, it was not an
accessible experience. I'm gonna try to get ahold of Peter korn to
let him know that the development back end is not accessible, but
Anyway... I tried to create my own queer disabled short story. My
blog is also now available as a flash briefing skill, and that, at
least, was very accessible.
By the way, my Patreon podcast
will not be going on the Alexa Skill store, but if anybody wants
my podcast on their Alexa, and you are a supporter, I can share a
private link with you that will allow you to listen to the skill
on your own Alexa.
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There are lots of issues with Alexa apps for nvda. I know the main control program seems to work better in Jaws, but even then its not intuitive. Using the app on the I phone seems to show lots of things that tick but hav no voice either. Its a great shame Amazon cannot get their fingers out and sort these issues.toggle quoted message Show quoted text
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Subject: [nvda] Alexa skills blueprints. My thoughts.
Because I'm getting older, I don't have time to code everything by hand.
I've been trying to track down peter's email or phone number. I know he's not directly with the Alexa development team, but he can pass off messages to them. I was hoping to create some skills, like blindness trivia, and publish them to the Alexa skill store, but creating a skill is so frustratingly inaccessible, that I want to give up trying. I've never checked, but is NV Access on Amazon Smile? If so, let me know!
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