Speech Recognition in the Browser at SeattleJS

 Date: March 8, 2016

Last month I presented how to take advantage of Speech Recognition in the Browser at SeattleJS meetup. Google Chrome is still the only one browser that supports recognizing speech with WebSpeech API, but since last month Microsoft Edge team has adding WebSpeech API in their backlog. In this session I'm showing how to use the raw, browser API, and also how to easily add voice commands to your website with my voiceCmdr library.

I also would like to mention that SeattleJS is an awesome meetup with great people. I had many interesting conversations at the after-party. If you are from the area I really recommend you to check it out!

Video from my session:

 Tags:  events programming

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