extends EventTargetAvailable on js
Controls whether continuous results are returned for each recognition, or only a single result. Defaults to single (
Returns and sets the language of the current
SpeechRecognition. If not specified, this defaults to the HTML
lang attribute value, or the user agent's language setting if that isn't set either.
Sets the maximum number of
SpeechRecognitionAlternatives provided per result. The default value is 1.
Fired when the user agent has finished capturing audio.
Fired when the user agent has started to capture audio.
Fired when the speech recognition service has disconnected.
Fired when a speech recognition error occurs.
Fired when the speech recognition service returns a final result with no significant recognition. This may involve some degree of recognition, which doesn't meet or exceed the
Fired when the speech recognition service returns a result — a word or phrase has been positively recognized and this has been communicated back to the app.
Fired when any sound — recognisable speech or not — has stopped being detected.
Fired when any sound — recognisable speech or not — has been detected.
Fired when speech recognised by the speech recognition service has stopped being detected.
Fired when sound that is recognised by the speech recognition service as speech has been detected.
Fired when the speech recognition service has begun listening to incoming audio with intent to recognize grammars associated with the current
Specifies the location of the speech recognition service used by the current
SpeechRecognition to handle the actual recognition. The default is the user agent's default speech service.
Stops the speech recognition service from listening to incoming audio, and doesn't attempt to return a
Stops the speech recognition service from listening to incoming audio, and attempts to return a
SpeechRecognitionResult using the audio captured so far.
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