It's the 2nd Thursday of the month, time to hang out with your fellow web developers!
This month, we will be learning a bit about Speech Recognition and building a drum machine all in the browser!
Topic 1: Speech Recognition in the Browser
by Jakub Jedryszek
@JakubJedryszek (https://twitter.com/JakubJedryszek)| gh jj09 (https://github.com/jj09)
What you will learn:
- What is Web Speech API
- How to add speech recognition to website
- What browsers support speech recognition, and to what extent
- How to emit voice with Web Synthesis API
bio:: Jakub Jedryszek works for Microsoft as Software Engineer. Currently he is working on the Azure Portal (https://portal.azure.com) – the largest and most complex Single Page Web Application in the World written in TypeScript. He is a founder of dotNetConfPL (http://dotnetconf.pl) – online conference for .NET Developers. His blog is at http://jj09.net .
Before Microsoft Jakub developed a Model-Driven Development and Verification Approach for Medical Devices, while working for SAnToS Lab (http://santoslab.org). He was also working as Web Developer for SMT Software (http://www.smtsoftware.com), Division of Communications and Marketing at Kansas State University (http://www.k-state.edu/vpcm/), and PGS Software (http://www.pgs-soft.com).
Topic 1: Nothing Sounds Quite Like An (ng)808
by Leigh Caplan
@texel (https://twitter.com/texel) | gh texel (https://github.com/texel)
For the rest of you hi, thanks for sticking around! I've built a fun little sequenced drum machine using Angular 2, TypeScript, and an audio/sequencing library developed at Splice called Shabu-shabu.
Warning: you may be exposed to higher than usual levels to Planet Rock during this presentation.
bio:: My name is Leigh, and I work for Splice. We make tools that help musicians around the world collaborate and stay inspired.
I'm also a musician and DJ myself, but please don't hold that against me.
Music at http://soundcloud.com/quadrant
SeattleJS is recorded and available each month after editing is complete. See past recordings on the SeattleJS channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr5lOCcjZzNprLrhxO0WZQw) and more recent ones on Channel 9 (http://channel9.msdn.com/blogs/seattlejs).
If you're interested in presenting at a future Seattle JS meetup, feel free to submit a talk (https://github.com/seattlejs/seattlejs/blob/master/request-to-speak.md).