Volume 1, Issue 10 - November 2001

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Building the VoiceXML Forum Certification Program
By Gerald M. Karam and Kenneth G. Rehor

The VoiceXML Forum is developing a certification program for VoiceXML products for the benefit of its members, vendors, and the buying public. This program would allow vendors to submit their products (or services) for evaluation against a suite of tests that would demonstrate conformance to recommended specifications or standards needed to produce a conforming VoiceXML product.

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Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Engelsma introduces the articles in the November 2001 issue.

Read the Letter from the Editor


In this month's column, titled "The Record Tag," Rob Marchand looks at looks at the <record> tag, which allows you to record what the caller is saying, and then to make use of that recorded data.

Read this month's First Words


Jeff Kunins uses the October issues as the venue to explain interesting topics such how VoiceXML relates to HTTP. He also tells how to access VoiceXML 2.0, as well as commercially available 2.0 platforms.

Read this month's Speak & Listen

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