This post is about injecting Watson Speech-to-Text into an Android native app. Speech-to-Text is available as a service on IBM Cloud i.e.., Bluemix. You will integrating the service available on Bluemix into our favourite chatbot “The WatBOT” using Watson Developer Android SDK with minimal lines of code. Why Watson Speech-to-Text?
The blog post shows how to integrate Watson Text-to-Speech(TTS) into your existing Android native mobile app. It was a dream come true when I made my first Watbot commit to Github. Watbot is an Android chatbot built using Watson Conversation Service. This was for a Hands-on lab in a college. As the students were able … Read more Integrating Watson Text to Speech into an Android Native App
WatBot is a Voice-enabled Android Native ChatBot built using Watson Conversation, Speech-to-Text and Text-to-Speech Services on IBM Bluemix (open standards cloud platform for building, running, and managing apps and services).
An Ionic feedback app using Cloudant NoSQL service on IBM Bluemix. An easy to configure mobile app for receiving feedback at Meetups, Events etc., Ionic is a complete open-source SDK for hybrid mobile app development. Built on top of AngularJS and Apache Cordova, Ionic provides tools and services for developing hybrid mobile apps using Web … Read more A feedback app in minutes with Ionic and Cloudant
This blog post gives you an intro to an Enhanced Bluemix Mobile Dashboard. This is version 2.0 of my previous blog post on how to Quickly Design, Build, Secure and Deliver an App using Bluemix Mobile Services. Let’s call this version as “Design, Connect, Build, Secure and Publish an App using Bluemix Mobile Dashboard” What … Read more App from Design to Store in 15 Mins via Bluemix Mobile Dashboard
Originally posted on February 02, 2016 | Modified to Swift 3.0 on October 01, 2016 Programming languages provide a way to communicate with a computer through notational instructions.Swift and C# are High-Level Languages commonly categorized under multi-paradigm and Compiled Programming languages. They not only fall into the same category of programming languages but also have … Read more Swift 3.0 explained for C# Developers
Talking to developers is always a refreshing experience.Recently, I was fortunate enough to present and interact at Eclipse Summit 2016. The talk was on how to build, run and manage MobileFirst Cordova app using Eclipse as your IDE. Using the Cordova CLI you can create and manage your Cordova applications. You can also achieve the … Read more MobileFirst Cordova app development using Eclipse
These days a new phase has crept into my developer life and I call it “generating Xamarin.iOS binding for Objective-C libraries”. After tasting success by generating Xamarin C# binding of a Cocoapods iOS SDK using Objective Sharpie, a new request hoped-in from the MobileFirst Platform Foundation team. This time,the task is to generate Xamarin.iOS binding for Bluemix … Read more Xamarin.iOS Binding for an Existing iOS Library with Objective Sharpie
This blog post guides you on how to Design, Build, Secure & Deliver a mobile app using Bluemix Mobile Services. As mobile app developers (Experienced or newbie), we always face challenges while transforming our idea into an app. The challenges can be with Prototyping, generating basic code or features to add to make the app … Read more Quickly Design, Build, Secure, and Deliver an app using Bluemix Mobile Services
After my endeavor with Xamarin.Android Bindings and Xamarin Apps with IBM MobileFirst, I received an interesting requirement from my colleague Chethan. He wants Xamarin C# binding of our IBM MobileFirst Foundation Objective-C APIs. I thought this is an opportunity to try something new and accepted the challenge. I immediately started exploring to find something called Objective Sharpie on … Read more Xamarin C# binding of a Cocoapods iOS SDK using Sharpie