In my earlier post I had guided you in implementing voice commands in your Windows Phone app and if you don’t have a clue about what I am talking, go through my earlier post here.
For those who doesn’t have time to go through the entire post, here’s a recap.
You can implement speech support in your own app very easily by following the steps given below.
1. Create a VCD file(Voice Command Dictionary), which essentially is a XML file containing the commands your app supports
2. Load created command file at the start up.
3 Deploy the app to the inbuilt emulator or to your device, hold the windows button until Speech dialog is displayed and speak the command you specified in your VCD file and Windows Phone will open the app for you.
As I mentioned earlier I had deployed a simple note taking application in the marketplace and along with this series of posts I am implementing speech recognition support in it.
In the last post I had already...