Voice-commanded applications are everywhere, running on smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home, digital assistants like Apple’s Siri, speech-based automotive chatbots, and even novelties like the Alexa-enabled Big Mouth Billy Bass. In Voice-First Development, authors Ann Thyme-Gobbel and Charles Jankowski draw from more than three decades of experience in voice-related development and research to bring you up to speed with a host of voice-controlled applications. This engaging guide focuses on end-to-end voice app development, concrete best practices, and how to avoid common pitfalls. Including practical instruction, real-world examples, and lots of code samples, this book is perfect for developers ready to create fully-functioning voice solutions that users will love!
A very good book on the unique challenges you face when trying to build programs using voice technology.
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The pro-tips in it will make you avoid the most common pitfall, you will create a very solid and chatty application.
Unlike other books that focus too much on the technical aspects, this book will teach you the underlying concepts of voice systems first.
This book would save you time by using the experience of the authors to avoid common mistakes and guide you in the process you should follow.