Search Tappecue in the skills section of your Alexa App!
Thanks for the post.
Frank Dice (the customer who opened up the public API for us) just finished the Google Assistant Home app himself using the public API and it's live though in early testing.
We would love someone to take over and do the Alexa for as far as we know, it hasn't been done.
We were going to send out an email with the announcement of Google asking someone about Alexa if Frank wasn't interested.
If you are interested, we would love to hear from you.
Let me know and thank you,
I am getting my TQ delivered today. I see here the API exists yet the conversation stopped. I haven't been able to locate an Alexa skill for this which is surprising since the API is simple and has been publicly avail for a year now. Am I missing something or do I need to develop for myself?
I'm Frank, the maintainer of the public-facing Tappecue API. I'm not directly associated with Tappecue, I just really wanted API access to integrate my Tappecue into my existing home automation. Since I was already building this API, I wanted to be able to share it with the rest of the Tappecue community. I hope you find new and interesting ways to integrate with your Tappecue and share them back with the community!
Please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions/comments or report an issue on the project's GitHub.
Official documentation is located at https://frankdice.github.io/tappecue-api/
The API URL is https://tappecue.babyvelociraptor.com/
We have an announcement of a public API that will be released next week.
We have several customers that are working on home integration, controllers, and Alexa.
Very exciting to see what is coming.
Thanks for the question,
Another +1 for Echo integration! Is there a public API for the TQ so we could build ourselves?
+1 to this feature request!
Another Echo user here... this would be great
one more vote for this!
That would be super cool!
Thanks Jim, You aren't the first to ask for this. I'll put it on our task list for further research right now. :)