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Last reviewed: 11/1/2016

Article ID: H111602

HOW: Designing and testing UWP speech recognition grammars

The information in this article applies to:

  • Chant Developer Workbench 2016 (UWP)
  • GrammarKit 5
  • SpeechKit 8


GrammarKit 5 provides support for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications.

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Within the Chant Developer Workbench (UWP) IDE, GrammarKit enables you to:

  • Design, compile, test, and debug speech recognition grammars before deployment;
  • Edit W3C grammars faster with built-in intelliprompt that suggests valid grammar syntax;
  • Automatic syntax checking displays visual cues and syntax error messages in the Error window; Click on the error to take you to the location of it in the document window;
  • Compile and test grammars with a click of a button; Review compiler messages in the output window; Speak into a microphone to test grammar;
  • View recognition results in the Output window; and
  • Browse recognition events in the Events window.

Grammar Editing

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