lesson #17 / html5, css, javascript tutorial, web programming [w/ subs]

00:00:01 – some explanations to what you're about to see, let's assume that I'm working in a manufacturing
00:00:05 – process and I stand next to the product line and the products are coming on the line and
00:00:09 – I need to give feedback to the management team about their state of quality, if I'm
00:00:14 – the quality assurance guy I need to say what the problem is with them if there is any,
00:00:18 – I can say if it's the surface, the component or the assemble and all I need to have is
00:00:23 – a tiny headset on my ear communicating to a tiny PC and the data will be recorded in
00:00:28 – the company database – I want my web app to click that button for me, I don't wanna do
00:00:33 – that, I wanna focus on my job – let me point out to you that I believe the best approach
00:00:38 – for this is to use the desktop version of chrome because I was experimenting with this
00:00:43 – technology on android and I see that continuous recognition is not implemented properly so
00:00:49 – use a tiny PC and a tiny headset, that's it – hi guys this is lesson #17, I'm sitting
00:00:57 – on the ground here and I'm gonna demonstrate to you how a voice driven web app works in
00:01:01 – practice, so I've got a headset here on my ear communicating on bluetooth and I've got
00:01:06 – a web app running in the background on my TV, so what really happens is that I take
00:01:11 – the whole sentence that I get back from the API and I take only the last word of it and
00:01:16 – check if it matches any of these buttons' names here and if it does then I take it as
00:01:21 – if I had clicked it and so send that command back to the company database, it's so simple,
00:01:27 – let's put it to the test, I say surface, I can say component, it simply works, make use
00:01:38 – of it in practice, thanks for watching

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