(Beginner) Tutorials, Guides and FAQs on Chatbots, Voice Bots, Dialogflow Essentials and Dialogflow CX.
This is the fourth blog in the series:
A best practice for streaming audio from a browser microphone to Dialogflow & Google Cloud Speech To Text.
In case you haven’t read the other blogs, I recommend to browse back to these blogs:
In the next blog of this series, I will take text (or Dialogflow QueryResult text data) that’s currently available on the server-side, pass it to the Text to Speech API (to synthesize the text) and return the audio bytes back to the client app, to play it in the browser. It has to play the audio bytes automatically.
Lee Boonstra is a software engineer and advocate for the Cloud office of the CTO at Google, a diverse team of highly experienced engineers and technologists, working on behalf of the Cloud CEO, whose mission is to foster market-disrupting collaborative innovation between Google and the world's most ambitious organizations. Expertise in AI & Voice, Lee is a public speaker and a published author for O'Reilly and Apress.
Lee wrote a book for O’Reilly: Hands-on Sencha Touch 2 and lately: the Definitive Guide to Conversational AI with Dialogflow and Google Cloud for Apress.
Lee lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and is a rainbow mommy.