Building a Voice-enabled Serverless Website with AWS Polly
With all the new technology trends like AI, Serverless, and DevOps, tieing everything together can be overwhelming. In this course, you'll not only demystify this process but also see how using voice can save you time and keep your users engaged.
What you'll learn
With the abundance of information available, it’s becoming exponentially harder to keep your users’ focus on the content you have relentlessly created. With the emergence of AWS Polly, you can breathe life into your ideas, by choosing the most evocative voice to convey your message. In this course, Building a Voice-enabled Serverless Website with AWS Polly, you’ll go through the journey of designing, building, and automating your content website, with the result of enriching your users’ experience. First, you'll explore what makes AWS Polly special and why it is the right choice for building a close interaction with your audience. Next, you'll experience the iterative process of coming up with an architecture for your website that resonates with the intent to serve your users. You'll start with the fundamentals of setting up the infrastructure for the website, ranging from local development to seeing and hearing your creation deployed on the Web. By combining concepts like Serverless computing, Infrastructure as code, CI/CD, you'll see how these new trends can be used together to save you time and make your applications resilient. Then, you'll iteratively improve the way the speech gets generated, with the help of AWS Lambda. Finally, you'll unearth new possibilities of extending and creating other voice-enabled architectures for captivating your audience. When you're finished with this course, you'll have a clear understanding of how you can use Polly to automatically narrate your content, your own functional serverless website that you can customize, and a good foundation to confidently create other applications using emerging tech methodologies.
Table of contents
- Introduction 1m
- Architecture Design 4m
- Version Control Setup 3m
- Hugo - Static Site Generator 5m
- CI/CD with CircleCI 5m
- Integrating CircleCI with AWS 6m
- Custom Shortcodes with Hugo 2m
- Integrating Shortcodes into the Website 4m
- Integrating with AWS Lambda and Polly 6m
- Finishing the First Version of the Website and Seeing It in Action 3m