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An Alexa app server for alexa-app.

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A Node.js development environment to support BDD of Amazon Alexa Skills authored in JavaScript and hosted locally for testing and in AWS Lambda for production with support for AWS DynamoDB, complete with test scripts and development and deployment tasks in gulp. Based on matt-kruse's delightful alexa-app and alexa-app-server.

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Starter template for creating Alexa skills using alexa-app-root (https://github.com/rickwargo/alexa-app-root). See https://www.slideshare.net/RickWargo/build-an-alexa-skill-stepbystep for detailed instructions on using.

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Grep for Excel files

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Server root to use to develop Alexa skills using alexa-app-server and alexa-app

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Get the latest tweets about Philly Code Camp

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Grep MS Access Files

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Peer Assessment 1 for Reproducible Research

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Attempts to validate addresses and supply city and zip for MontcoPA parcels

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A framework for Alexa (Amazon Echo) apps using Node.js

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RFC: Importing Existing AWS Resources to Amplify Project using the Amplify CLI

There is a lot of confusion in conflicting information for a person newly introduced to Cognito and Amplify. I'd like to bring in Auth to my existing React application, however, it is challenging to determine which is the correct path to follow. I believe most beneficial would be good documentation that outlines not only what needs to be done, but where and why. I'd love to see a schema for the auth section - it still confuses me. I think I understand what to call, but sometimes things appear in my sign up/sign in dialogs that I don't know how they got there (e.g. Sign in with AWS). There are multitudes of times where I cannot get the federated signin working. And the libraries are so exacting, but the documentation leaves some things up to interpretation and a bit of hope. I spent days trying to understand why something wasn't working and it turns out that I needed a trailing slash at the end of the URL, associated with the redirect query param. I was surprised to see my formatted signup dialog appear when I added that slash. A reference implementation would go hand-in-hand with the documentation. If you could deliver those two things, it would be a huge win for this library!

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An AWS Amplify Webapp for tracking badminton games based on the Creative Tim Template Material Dashboard React

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