Alan Power Apps Framework¶
To add Alan’s voice to a Microsoft Power Apps project, you need to do the following:
At present, Alan’s voice assistants for Power Apps can communicate with users through the dialog created in Alan Studio. Sending commands to the app and using the Alan Client API methods are not supported.
Step 1. Get the Alan SDK for Power Apps¶
First, you need to get the Alan Power Apps SDK and import it to the Power Apps Studio.
Open the Alan Power Apps SDK release page on Alan GitHub.
AlanButtonComponent.zipfile from the latest release.
Log in to the Power Apps Studio. In the left menu, select Solutions.
On the command bar at the top, select Import.
On the Import a solution page, click Browse and select the ZIP file you have downloaded.
Proceed with import using the default options. At the last step, click Import. For more details on importing components, see Import Solutions.
Step 3. Provide the Alan SDK key¶
You need to define the Alan SDK key of your Alan Studio project in the Alan Button Component properties.
In Alan Studio, go to Integrations and copy the value from the Alan SDK Key field.
In the Power Apps Studio, select the Alan Button Component added to your app.
In the Controls pane, open the Advanced tab and in the alanSdkKey field, paste the key value you have copied inside the quotes.