Tuesday, July 5th, 2005

Ajax and VoiceXML

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Brad Porter was asked: AJAX has rapidly changed how developers look at web UIs. Are any of the AJAX advantages possible in VoiceXML?.

He had a lot to reply with, and it was a resounding YES:

Let’s walk through an example that uses AJAX to list your RSS feed in your web page and your VoiceXML. For this example, I’m testing with a slightly simplified example from the Harvard Law RSS site. Notice that I’ve added an access-control processing instruction to allow browsers which use this processing instruction for access authorization.

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I think its useless for VoiceXML, AJAX use Javascript and Dynamic app to create “visual” effect in browser. Remember AJAX is more difficult to program and debug, it will be much easy to keep code server side only. In both cases the enduser won’t “see” anything :)

Comment by Hatem — July 6, 2005

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