Jan König Discusses the Jovo Open Source Framework for Voice App and Multimodal Development – Voicebot Podcast Ep 56
Jan König is co-founder and CEO of Jovo, the maker of an open source, context-first development framework design for voice assistant apps. Context here refers to the device type such as smart speaker, smartphone, television, tablet and the like. The theory is that developers need to have centralized logic that can serve users across numerous devices with different underlying operating systems and across modes such as voice, visual, audio, video and text. Jovo has started with tools to support Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice app developers and expanded into multimodal user experiences. Jan offers an update on what has happened over the past year since he appeared on Voicebot Podcast Ep 13 and the ratio of Alexa to Google Assistant users. The interview was conducted on location at Voice Summit 2018.
Show Notes – Jan König Interview
- Find Jan König on Twitter here @einkoenig and here @jovotech
- You can learn about Jovo on the company website: Jovo.tech
- Read about Jovo’s framework: Jovo Promises Write Once, Run Everywhere on Voice Assistants
- Check out Jan’s Medium blog post where he reviews multi-modal design principles: Context-First
You can listen to the podcast interview above or at any of the locations below.
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