Speech Recognition and ASP.Net

Posted on 2009-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi Experts,

Wondering if anyone can give me the lowdown on Microsoft's Speech capability on the Web. I want to build a Website that can recognize spoken words.

What should I be using the SpeechLib COM object or System.Speech or is it both.

What is the difference between those two? I get the feeling that the SpeechLib object is the old way. I can build a working Text to Speech in WPF Windows Form but not using ASP.Net. And I can't find any examples for ASP.Net that only use System.Speech.

Anyway I am just looking for some general knowledge on the status on VS 2008 and Website development using SAPI

Question by:FindlayIT
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    thanks guys.

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