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HTML5 Is Recommended!!!

It’s time to break out the Champagne and celebrate because today the WC3 has released the fifth major version of the HTML specification and with this specification comes the recommendation from the WC3 to start using HTML5.

While HTML5 has been a specification for years it wasn’t until today that the WC3 has officially told developers to start using it.

By this point most developers and browsers are already supporting HTML5 with minor exceptions when it comes to video and audio support.

I’m honestly very happy that HTML5 is official. Now I just need to wait a bit longer until ECMAScript 6 gets released and all my front end problems will be solved.

Cross Browser Voice Recognition with PocketSphinx.js

For several months I have wanted a cross browser voice recognition system that doesn’t rely on a server, use browser plugins or extensions, or use external programs like Flash. Something that could continually listen for keywords and trigger functions when one is detected. I looked into the webkitSpeechRecognition() object in Chrome, but unfortunately that relies on Google servers and is only available in Chrome. I looked into building extensions and plugins for Firefox and Chrome that package CMU Sphinx, but that is not native code. I even got voice recognition working in Flash, but wasn’t happy because it didn’t work on my Android device.

After months of looking I have found one that fits the bill completely and is really awesome.

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