Programming Voice Interfaces

"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 20.11.2017 - 300 Seiten

Get a step-by-step guide for developing voice interfaces for applications and devices connected to the Internet of Things. By allowing consumers to use natural human interactions, you can avoid awkward methods of input and interactivity to provide them with elevated user experiences. This practical book is ideal for software engineers who build applications for the Web, smartphones, as well as embedded systems that dominate the IoT space.

  • Integrate voice interfaces with internet connected devices and sensors
  • Learn how to integrate with existing voice interfaces
  • Understand when to use a voice over other Natural User Interface technologies
  • Build a prototype with tools such as Raspberry Pi, solderless breadboards, jumper cables, sensors, Arduino, Visual Studio, and other tools
  • Use cloud services such as Azure and AWS to integrate voice with your existing or new web service end-points


Chapter 1 Introduction to Voice Interfaces and the IoT
Chapter 2 Existing APIs and Libraries
Chapter 3 Getting Started with AVS
Evolve the Prototype
Chapter 5 A Different Approach Using IoT Core and APIAI
Chapter 6 What Else Can We Do?
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Walter Quesada is software engineer with over 20 years of experience designing and developing applications for desktop, web, mobile and devices for the Internet of Things. His primary focus includes integrating Natural User Interfaces such as Touch, Voice and Gestures into reimagined experiences around retail, hospitality, healthcare and other sectors. Additionally, Walter speaks at the occasional local code camps, is a Pluralsight instructor, co-founder of the South Florida Emerging Technology Meetup Group and currently resides in Miami, Florida.

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