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📦 React voice form components

A new UI library with multi-modal browser widgets that can be controlled with speech, tap, pointer, and keyboard. Available with npm.

📦 UI components

Latest version adds support for "Tap-to-Talk" feature. A short tap on the microphone button will start recording, and the connection is closed automatically when the user stops talking.

🖥 CLI

Version 0.5.4 introduces functionality for evaluating a deployed Speechly configuration using a list of test utterances (text only).

🔮 Dashboard

Updated look of main application listing and SAL configuration view with small usability improvements. Also, three new example configurations for common use-cases of Voice UIs on the Web.

📦 UI components

New versions of our UI Components for web, including the Push-to-Talk Button, Big Transcript, Transcript Drawer and Error Panel.

📝 Documentation

How Speechly Works - The Video Tutorial Series is a collection of brief introductory videos to help you get started developing with Speechly.

🚀 Streaming API

Improved handling of initial latency when streaming audio to a new app_id, improved handling of client connections.

💎 SLU Engine

New Standard Variable and Entity Type for handling (US style) street addresses.

🖥 CLI

Version 0.4.2 released.

📦 Browser client

Version 1.0.17 released (with automatic gain control of audio).

🚀 Streaming API

A new and improved load balancer.

📦 Browser client

Version 1.0.15, better handling of audio capture and websockets.

💎 ASR improvements

New baseline ASR model.

🔮 Dashboard

The dashboard now has a button ("SHOW SAMPLE") that displays a set of random example utterances generated from the given SAL configuration.

📦 UI components

Major update with a unified API for both JS and React, a new TranscriptDrawer component with just-in-time usage hints for an improved user onboarding experience, a listening prompt to indicate when the app is listening, and a developer-triggerable command to acknowledge that an utterance was received.

📦 Browser client

v1.0.13, stability improvements.

💎 SLU engine

Make entity and intent detectors more robust against inadvertent non-device-directed speech.

🖥 CLI

Version 0.4.1, show amount of annotated audio for each app_id.

🖥 CLI

Version 0.4, with support for displaying utterance statistics for each app_id.

📝 Documentation

Major update to developer documentation.

🔧 Fixed

Several fixes to handling entities and segments.

📦 iOS client

Version 0.3 released, includes update UI components and other improvements.

🔧 Project-based login

Support for logging in using a project_id. This allows an application to easily switch between app_ids.

💎 SLU engine & ASR improvements

  • Update to entity detection model with increased accuracy.
  • New baseline ASR model.

📝 Documentation

More examples of gRPC API usage.

📦 Browser client

More robust audio recording.

Training time estimates: Changed the way how we estimate deployment times when training the models.

Playground: Pressing 'alt' temporarily enables the Try-button so that one can use the Playground with an old model while a new one is being trained.

Model deployment: More robust training infrastructure that reduces model training times in certain situations.

iOS UI Components: Ready-made UI components for microphone and transcript for hastened development on iOS.

Android Client: An Android client for easy integration with Speechly is now available. The Android client enables quick and efficient development of Speechly applications for native Android applications.

Support for new entities: Support for natural time expressions such as "fifteen thirty", "20 past nine" or "5 minutes after midnight" with $SPEECHLY.TIME standard variable and entity type Time.

Fixed: Better support for long utterances and other fixes

CLI: New debugging feature in CLI displays example utterances for a given configuration and calculates statistics about occurrences of intents and entities.

Support for unadapted ASR: Typically Speechly SLU models are adapted for a specific use case, which helps improve speech recognition accuracy. Now you can also use unadapted ASR for pure transcription use cases.

Support for new entities: Speechly Annotation Language supports natively phone numbers, emails, person names and website addresses. This enables developers to easily build voice experiences that contain these data types, for example something like "Add contact with name Jack Johnston and email address jack dot johnston at gmail dot com"

Improved audio handling in browser clients: Streaming audio and handling API results is done by using multiple threads for improved performance. Main UI thread is never blocked by Speechly, resulting in a faster UI.

ASR Improvements: New baseline model for speech recognition improves ASR accuracy in all use cases.

Improvements to ASR adaptation: Utterances that are out of domain (ie. no example utterances provided in the model configuration) now have better speech recognition results.