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Actions on Google: Codelabs

These samples serve as the completed source code for Actions on Google codelabs. The level1-complete directory should be used as a reference for the Level 1 codelab, and as a starting point for the Level 2 codelab. The level2-complete directory can be used as a reference for the Level 2 codelab.

Setup Instructions

For detailed instructions on using this code, refer to the Actions on Google codelabs, Level 1 and 2. Below are steps to deploy the code for either directory (i.e. level1-complete or level2-complete).


  1. Use the Actions on Google Console to add a new project with a name of your choosing and click Create Project.
  2. Click Skip, located on the top right to skip over category selection menu.
  3. On the left navigation menu under BUILD, click on Actions. Click on Add Your First Action and choose your app's language(s).
  4. Select Custom intent, click BUILD. This will open a Dialogflow console. Click CREATE.
  5. Click on the gear icon to see the project settings.
  6. Select Export and Import.
  7. Select Restore from zip. Follow the directions to restore from the codelab-level-<one/two>.zip file in this repo.
  8. Deploy the fulfillment webhook provided in the functions folder using Google Cloud Functions for Firebase:
    1. Follow the instructions to set up and initialize Firebase SDK for Cloud Functions. Make sure to select the project that you have previously generated in the Actions on Google Console and to reply N when asked to overwrite existing files by the Firebase CLI.
    2. Run firebase deploy --only functions and take note of the endpoint where the fulfillment webhook has been published. It should look like Function URL : https://${REGION}-${PROJECT}.cloudfunctions.net/dialogflowFirebaseFulfillment. If the Function URL doesn't show, you can always check at the Firebase console.
  9. Go back to the Dialogflow console and select Fulfillment from the left navigation menu. Enable Webhook, set the value of URL to the Function URL from the previous step, then click Save.
  10. Select Integrations from the left navigation menu and open the Integration Settings menu for Actions on Google.
  11. Enable Auto-preview changes and Click Test. This will open the Actions on Google simulator.
  12. Type Talk to my test app in the simulator, or say OK Google, talk to my test app to any Actions on Google enabled device signed into your developer account.

For more detailed information on deployment, see the documentation.

References and How to report bugs

How to make contributions?

Please read and follow the steps in the CONTRIBUTING.md.




Your use of this sample is subject to, and by using or downloading the sample files you agree to comply with, the Google APIs Terms of Service.


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