Alexa.Tip – Access Lambda Environment Variables in .NET

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Access Lambda Environment Variables in .NET

Alexa.Tip – Build Better Responses in .NET With SSML

In this Alexa.Tip series, we explore some little bits of code that can make your life easier in developing Alexa Skills in many languages including C# + .NET, node.jS + TypeScript, Kotlin, etc. We look at concepts that developers might not be aware of, design patterns that and how they can be applied to voice … Continue reading Alexa.Tip – Build Better Responses in .NET With SSML

Xamarin.Tip – Adding a Password Toggle Button in Android

Here’s another quick tip to use when building your Android apps whether in Xamarin, or native in Java/Kotlin. Depending on the target audience of your application, you may find it necessary to add a password toggle button to your password EditText to allow users to view and hide their password while typing it. In this … Continue reading Xamarin.Tip – Adding a Password Toggle Button in Android

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Alex Dunn leads the product team at Voicify and is a Microsoft MVP, PubConf Champion, Bixby Premier Developer, and AWS Alexa SME. His background in application development and conversational AI has leaned into enabling applications to do more for businesses and consumers using scalable architectures and design, distributed services, cloud infrastructure, and innovative edge technologies. … Continue reading About