Hey @emitorino, thanks for the reply!
Users have the ability to connect to each integration and then automate each of integration’s actions using speech command. Allow me to give an example with the ‘Terminal Command’ integration. User can define an arbitrary command (e.g
sudo apt-get install snap) then assign the command to a speech command
install snap. When user say the speech command
install snap the app will run the
sudo apt-get install snap command. Another use case that I personally use a lot, I assign the command to commit my code
git add . && git commit -am "$message" to
commit my code then when I say
commit my code and fill in the value of
first commit then the terminal will run the command
git add . && git commit -am "first commit". Furthermore, user also can interact with the terminal window that pops up when user use speech command to arbitrary run any terminal command exactly like a terminal emulator.
I attached a screenshot (I used the same one for as one of the snap store images)
You can see in the screenshot the terminal emulator pop up when user say
push my code.