About VoiceXMLVoiceXML is an XML grammar developed by the VoiceXML Forum. VoiceXML makes it possible to access Internet content by phone and to develop speech-based telephony applications. The forum was founded by AT&T, IBM, Lucent, and Motorola and is now made up of several hundred corporate members. Until now telephony solutions required specially trained technicians to install, configure and maintain them. Because the language was developed as an XML format, developers can integrate this new language with their existing tools. This brings telephony integration within reach of many Web developers. In fact, Webreference.com now has its very own VoiceXML channel available at http://webref.com/news thanks to Weblog 1.71.
The AuthorScott Clark is the Executive Editor of internet.com's Web Developer Channel. Previously, he was Managing Editor of WDVL.com and JavaBoutique.com, as well as Technical Editor for Web Developer magazine and later, WebDeveloper.com. He has been part of the Dr. Website team for the last 5 years, and continues to love discovering and using new internet technologies.
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