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RealTimeWeekly #104

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02 Nov RealTimeWeekly #104

We have a couple of interesting audio related examples this week for voice control as well as text to speech, plus advice for WebRTC and mobile, and Pusher on Android.

As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.

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This week’s Real-Time news

Make a Voice-Controlled Audio Player with the Web Speech API

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Ivan Dimov, Sitepoint
Oct 23 2015
Good example of using the Web Speech API to control an application. In this case it’s to control a playlist, but serves as example for other use cases as well such as serving users with a disability.

WebRTC Mobile to Web? Make Sure You Think at Web Speeds

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Tsahi Levent-Levi, BlogGeek.me
Oct 26 2015
Good advice from Tsahi about the complexities and maintenance challenges that come with trying to embed your own version of WebRTC in your mobile app.

Text-to-Speech Audio Broadcast with Raspberry Pi

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Shyam Purkayastha, PubNub
Oct 14 2015
The post suggests this could be used to make a Raspberry Pi controlled loudspeaker? Why not! I might build this in order to wake up my son in the morning.

Build An Android Chat App With Pusher

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Jamie Patel, Pusher
Oct 25 2015
Full tutorial for dropping Pusher into an android mobile app for real time messaging.

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