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Intent i = new Intent(RecognizerIntent.ACTION_WEB_SEARCH);
|Android application for text and voice communication between devices on a same LAN|
Here is two sample projects you can refer.
1 ] Audio Chat
2 ] Text Chat
|otto eventbus for android behaves differently in release build|
Chances are that your release build is run through ProGuard and it
deduces that since the subscriber methods are not directly called,
they can be safely removed as unused code. Otto invokes the methods
via reflection and ProGuard cannot see that.
Add the following to your proguard config file to keep methods
annotated with @Subscribe or @Produce:
|Why people use JSP?|
JSP isn't just page modification and stuff, its often combined with
servlets and other back end technologies.
Think of this for example, let's say you need to display some
but any client would be able to see your database Information, and
manipulate queries and other naughty stuff.
|C# Voice Recognition issue|
Place the code from the richTextBox1_TextChanged method in the Form1
constructor instead. As it stands, the grammar is being reloaded every
time the text is changed but it isn't being loaded when the program
starts (and the method hookup code will be called multiple times for
no reason). So if you were to click the button before typing anything
into the box, there would be no grammar instantiated