Introducing the HTML5 Web Speech API (Apress)
Monday, 04 May 2020

Subtitled "Your Practical Introduction to Adding Browser-Based Speech Capabilities to your Websites and Online Applications", this project-oriented book simplifies the process of setting up and manipulating the API in the browser using little more than a text editor or free software. Author Alex Libby shows how to use the HTML5 Web Speech API to quickly add voice capabilities to your websites. The book presents a starting toolset for developing projects that use speech input to reduce the reliance on entering choices through a keyboard and making the overall experience easier for customers.

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Author: Alex Libby
Publisher: Apress
Date: April 2020
Pages: 360
ISBN: 978-1484257340
Print: 1484257340
Kindle: B086W211JX
Audience: Web developers familiar with JavaScript
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Web design and development

 

  • Implement the Web Speech API in a project
  • Explore some of the options for personalizing them for a project
  • Gain an appreciation of pointers around user experience and how this affects the API
  • Understand how to manage issues and security when using the API
  • Work through some example projects, from standalone demos to implementing with other tools or libraries

 

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