Monthly Archives: June 2010

Getting started with NuGram Server Dev Edition

Today we announced the availability of the free NuGram Server Developer Edition. With NuGram Server, deploying dynamic grammars is now as simple as writing JSP or PHP pages, but designing them and debugging them becomes so much easier! Let’s see how to use NuGram Server in practice in 4 easy steps. (The steps below assume […]

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Introducing the NuGram Server Free Developer Edition

The NuĀ Echo team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of NuGram Server Free Developer Edition, which will finally enable developers to download a completely free version of NuGram Server and immediately take advantage of its complete set of advanced capabilities. For over a year, hundreds of speech application developers worldwide have taken advantage of […]

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How a great speech application may appear to perform poorly

One of our products, a Canadian address capture VoiceXML module, has been deployed with great success by several of our customers. One of these deployments was done in the context of a change of address application, where the module has to capture the new address, the date when the new address becomes effective, and the […]

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Grammar tips & tricks #2 – return key/value pairs whenever possible

Tip #2: In SISR semantic tags, return key/value pairs whenever possible. Strings all over the place It is fairly common for new SRGS grammar writers to write SISR semantic tags that only return string values to calling rules or to the voice application, even when the data has some structure. For example, a dollar amount […]

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