Speech Recognition Add-on for Vaadin 7
Speech Recognition is an experimental non UI component add-on for Vaadin 7 class for controlling a text-to-speech output. As of 04/23/2014 speech recognition is only supported by Google Chrome.
Currently no add-on demo available.
Official releases of this add-on are available at Vaadin Directory. For Maven instructions, download and reviews, go to http://vaadin.com/addon/speech-recognition
Building and running demo
git clone https://github.com/elomagic/speech-recognition.git mvn clean install cd demo mvn jetty:run
To see the demo, navigate to http://localhost:8080/
Development with Eclipse IDE
For further development of this add-on, the following tool-chain is recommended:
- Eclipse IDE
- m2e wtp plug-in (install it from Eclipse Marketplace)
- Vaadin Eclipse plug-in (install it from Eclipse Marketplace)
- JRebel Eclipse plug-in (install it from Eclipse Marketplace)
- Chrome browser
Choose File > Import... > Existing Maven Projects
Note that Eclipse may give "Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration" errors for pom.xml. Use "Permanently mark goal resources in pom.xml as ignored in Eclipse build" quick-fix to mark these errors as permanently ignored in your project. Do not worry, the project still works fine.
If you have not already compiled the widgetset, do it now by running vaadin:install Maven target for SpeechRecognition-root project.
If you have a JRebel license, it makes on the fly code changes faster. Just add JRebel nature to your SpeechRecognition-demo project by clicking project with right mouse button and choosing JRebel > Add JRebel Nature
To debug project and make code modifications on the fly in the server-side, right-click the SpeechRecognition-demo project and choose Debug As > Debug on Server. Navigate to http://localhost:8080/SpeechRecognition-demo/ to see the application.
The most common way of debugging and making changes to the client-side code is dev-mode. To create debug configuration for it, open SpeechRecognition-demo project properties and click "Create Development Mode Launch" button on the Vaadin tab. Right-click newly added "GWT development mode for SpeechRecognition-demo.launch" and choose Debug As > Debug Configurations... Open up Classpath tab for the development mode configuration and choose User Entries. Click Advanced... and select Add Folders. Choose Java and Resources under SpeechRecognition/src/main and click ok. Now you are ready to start debugging the client-side code by clicking debug. Click Launch Default Browser button in the GWT Development Mode in the launched application. Now you can modify and breakpoints to client-side classes and see changes by reloading the web page.
Another way of debugging client-side is superdev mode. To enable it, uncomment devModeRedirectEnabled line from the end of DemoWidgetSet.gwt.xml located under SpeechRecognition-demo resources folder and compile the widgetset once by running vaadin:compile Maven target for SpeechRecognition-demo. Refresh SpeechRecognition-demo project resources by right clicking the project and choosing Refresh. Click "Create SuperDevMode Launch" button on the Vaadin tab of the SpeechRecognition-demo project properties panel to create superder mode code server launch configuration and modify the class path as instructed above. After starting the code server by running SuperDevMode launch as Java application, you can navigate to http://localhost:8080/SpeechRecognition-demo/?superdevmode. Now all code changes you do to your client side will get compiled as soon as you reload the web page. You can also access Java-sources and set breakpoints inside Chrome if you enable source maps from inspector settings.
Currently no roadmap planned
The issues for this add-on are tracked on github.com. All bug reports and feature requests are appreciated.
Contributions are welcome, but there are no guarantees that they are accepted as such. Process for contributing is the following:
- Fork this project
- Create an issue to this project about the contribution (bug or feature) if there is no such issue about it already. Try to keep the scope minimal.
- Develop and test the fix or functionality carefully. Only include minimum amount of code needed to fix the issue.
- Refer to the fixed issue in commit
- Send a pull request for the original project
- Comment on the original issue that you have implemented a fix for it
License & Author
Add-on is distributed under Apache License 2.0. For license terms, see LICENSE.txt.
For a more comprehensive example, see src/test/java/org/vaadin/template/demo/DemoUI.java
SpeechRecognition JavaDoc is currently not available online