Having got Android speech input working, how easy would it be to do a similar thing to wrap Android's speech-to-text facility? I understand that it uses an on-line link to Google's voice input resources, which would be great for a number of purposes. Obviously, off-line would be better still, but on-line seems to be straightforward from my understanding of the following:
How great would it be to build apps with LC that can communicate by voice (at least for Android devices)?!
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> Hi All,
> Firstly thanks to Peter Reid for discovering that the foreign bindings in
> that blog post were out of date! I have updated the blog accordingly. I
> took the liberty of tidying up the LCB code, and adding docs and a sample
> stack - you can check them out here (for now)
> https://github.com/livecode/livecode/pull/5941/files >
> The library should be included in 9.0 DP 9.