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Speech Recognition in the Browser

Speech Recognition in the Browser

Mouse and keyboard are not the only ways how we can communicate with our devices. We already talk to our phones, gaming consoles, and some desktop applications. However, there are very few web applications that understand our speech. The bleeding edge versions of most popular web browsers are starting to support the most natural user input. Let’s take a look at Web Speech API, and learn how to add voice commands to web applications using pure JavaScript. Maybe it would be also worth to respond to users with voice using Web Synthesis API?

I created voiceCmdr JavaScript library that enables you to add voice commands to your website easily. In this session I will show how to take advantage of it.

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Jakub Jedryszek

August 30, 2015
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  1. SPEECH RECOGNITION IN THE BROWSER @JakubJedryszek www.jj09.net

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  17. Web Speech API Demonstration http://bit.ly/1fPPUXW Web Speech API Specification http://bit.ly/1gPJEEh

    https://github.com/jj09/voiceCmdr http://bookslib.azurewebsites.net/
  18. STAY IN TOUCH! @JakubJedryszek www.jj09.net jakub.jedryszek@gmail.com