Google Home Development: From Beginner to Intermediate
- 4 hours on-demand video
- 4 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand and learn about conversational interfaces and agents
- Build Google Home Apps with little or zero coding using API ai
- Understand the Architecture of a Google Home App
- Deploying a Google Home App on the Google Actions Developer Account
- Understand and use Node js for building basic Google Home Apps
- Create your own APIs with Amazon Web Services
- Be able to Build a Word Game with API ai
- Be able to Build a Weather App with Yahoo API
- Be able to Build a Pokemon Go Simulation with POKE API
- Deploy Google Home Apps on cloud platforms such as AWS, Glitch, and API ai
- You should have access to a Chrome or Safari Browser
- Main Tools for the Course: Google Home (optional), Dialogflow, AWS Lambda, AWS API Gateway, Glitch
- You should have a Gmail account to access Google Actions, Google Home Device is optional.
- You should have preliminary or zero understanding with NodeJS
- You should have preliminary or zero understanding with creating APIs
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Have you ever wondered how Google Home Apps are made?
Why are Google and Amazon investing in voice technology?
A better question is why haven't you built an Google Home App yet.
If you ever wanted to understand the space of Voice Apps or build them yourself, then take my course "Google Home Development: From Beginner to Intermediate". I designed it in a practical way so that when you finish the content you can immediately put it into use with your Google Home or online counterpart.
Now, why should you build Google Home Apps?
The biggest industries in technology are surrounded by AI, Bots, and Voice technology. Voice technology I believe will be the new 21st century user interface that will not only understand basic commands, but will be so smart to understand anything you tell it. This is why Amazon and Google have made big bets; with Alexa alone planing to generate close to $11 billion dollars by 2020. Apple's version of Google Home called "HomePods" is also coming to the market by the end of 2017. Now, Google's version has come to the market is quickly taking market share from Amazon. Google understands data and knows this is where the market is heading. Now is the best time to learn these skills before the mainstream starts developing applications. We all know the story about apps for the smartphones, this is the same thing.
This course contains over 55 lectures and 4 hrs of content. It's designed for beginners to play with new platforms in the voice space. You’ll learn the tools needed to build Google Home Apps, how to create a conversation, be able to access APIs for data driven apps, create APIs through Amazon API Gateway.
The course follows a familiar structure where in each video I will teach the concepts followed by a challenge or practice question. If your goal is to become a better developer, you should understand node.js, server side development and how to access certain APIs to build better Google Home Apps. The course does not go deep into understanding Node.js but you will understand the architecture and ability to publish apps for Google Home.
This course aims to simulate a live in-person course as much as possible. After you finish each lecture, you should practice and try the solution on your own. You learn the best by practicing and doing.
At the end of each section, you will be asked to complete a practice problem which you can then share with your network or on the Udemy network.
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- First-time Google Home developers wanting to learn required steps involved in creating a Google Home App
- Understanding how to use Node JS