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I need a Voice XML editor, please offer suggestions!

Posted on 2006-12-01
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I did a google search for a "Voice XML" editor and from what I can see... there are none. I guess I can use a XML editor, so please offer some suggestions.
I would prefer just a basic editor that is inexpensive.

Thanks!
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by:EddieShipman
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I use Homesite5 but am currently developing a VXML Editor that will allow you to drag/drop items. Kind of like
VocieGuide, a proprietary IVR system editor.

I have seen none on the market, that is why I'm developing my own. It is to be a two-way tool that allows you
to design your VXML scripts visually or via source (VXML).
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daluu earned 500 total points
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Hey EddieShipman,

Be sure to update us (in this thread) on your editor when you're finished. I'd like to try it out. What type of licensing or cost will it be?
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by:EddieShipman
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Not sure, yet. It may be close to another yr before it's done, though.
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by:rlburris
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Guys... I found one. You can use "XML Writer" (xmlwriter.com) and load the VoiceXML 2.0 DTD.
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Until Eddie's editor is available, you can use XML Writer.
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Um...shouldn't one or all of the other experts get the points instead? I only added a question/comment to the thread, not a suggested solution. Or was there a "clicko" (wrong mouse click, like a typo)?
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by:EddieShipman
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Yes, Ron, please ask to reopen the quesyion. It was nice of daluu to offer this.
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Yes it was a mistake... How do I reopen the question?
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post a request in the community service section.
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