0.0.3 • Published 1 year ago

@talkyjs/alexa-quick-link v0.0.3

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Alexa quick link tag

Simply link tag with Alexa quick link.


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html dir="ltr" lang="en">
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <script src="https://unpkg.com/@talkyjs/alexa-quick-link@0.0.2/dist/alexa-quick-link.js"></script>
    <alexa-quick-link skill-id="amzn1.ask.skill.ce63d7b9-91c1-4ee0-9a31-b58dfae82978" target="_blank" rel="noopener">
      Go to My Alexa Skill!

Script tag

  • Put a script tag similar to this <script src="https://unpkg.com/@talkyjs/alexa-quick-link@0.0.2/dist/alexa-quick-link.js"></script> in the head of your index.html
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

Node Modules

  • Run npm install @talkyjs/alexa-quick-link --save
  • Put a script tag similar to this <script src='node_modules/@talkyjs/alexa-quick-link/dist/alexa-quick-link.js'></script> in the head of your index.html
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

In a stencil-starter app

  • Run npm install @talkyjs/alexa-quick-link --save
  • Add an import to the npm packages import @talkyjs/alexa-quick-link;
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

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