I was bussy the whole day trying to get haaska up and running. I was following these instructions of The Wanderer, since the instructions of Anthony Lavado unfortunately seems to be still incomplete.
But I got stuck at the point of using the “make” command to make the haaska.zip file, resulting in figuring out how to get this “make command” work in Windows for half a day. I gave up on it after a lot of diffrent approaches and the same amount of failures.
But then I came across this section of Anthony Lavado, which give new hope, where the compiled *.zip file was to be downloaded. So I downloaded this file to use in the further installation process.
But when finally finished, I realized that this file could never hold the following information of my setup:
“url”: “https://<your subdomain from step 2.2>.duckdns.org/api”,
“bearer_token”: “<the token you created in step 3.1>”,
So I edited the json file in the zip file and saved everything as the same zip, but now with the edited json-file. And followed the instructions part considering uploading the zip-file again.
The haaska skill is visible in my Alexa account. But I get the following error when trying to enable it:
400 Bad Request
The redirect URI you provided has not been whitelisted for your application. Please add your redirect URI in the ‘Allowed Return URLs’ section under ‘Web Settings’ for your Security Profile on Amazon Developer Portal.
So I got a bit stuck here…