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VoiceXml is the one of the most fascinating technologies and my ideas about its implementation are boundless. I can think of so many things that are possible especially for the wireless(mobile) world. But we really fall short of all the basic know how of getiing started with VoiceXml. What tools are neded. what are the basic understandings required. Can any one guide me over this?
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If you go to www.nuance.com and register, you can get free software that includes a development environment (V-Builder), automated speeech recognition, and text to speech. This will allow you to develop and test your own VoiceXML applications. V-Builder comes with a tutorial on how to build applications, by guiding you throw sample applications that include the use of JSP and JDBC. The building environment is easy because you can drag and drop all the VoiceXML elements onto a high-level layout, and then type in your values for them. This way you don't have to get your hands dirty with the hard code! V-builder also contains SpeechObjects that provide for faster buidling of applications. You can download the VoiceXML spec from the VoiceXML forum at www.voicexml.org. If you want to test your application over the phone then just register with a voice service provider, such as TellMe (www.tellme.com), and paste in you code; then dial a free-toll number and you can sample you application for real. Regards, Eamonn Doherty. SCJP.
BeVocal also offers resources at its website. I remember seeing free tutorials on VoiceXML at London, organized by BeVocal. http://cafe.bevocal.com/ is the site I was referring to. IBM site also contained VoiceXML resources. Hema
Originally posted by Menon Hema: BeVocal also offers resources at its website. I remember seeing free tutorials on VoiceXML at London, organized by BeVocal. http://cafe.bevocal.com/ is the site I was referring to. IBM site also contained VoiceXML resources. Hema