Build a Speech-to-Text Web Application with Rev AI and PHP (Part 1)

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    NOTE: The complete source code for the example application is available on GitHub, so you can download and try it immediately.

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  • Slim

    Slim Framework 4 Skeleton Application

    Slim: a PHP micro-framework for small Web applications

  • PHPT

    The PHP Interpreter

    NOTE: This tutorial uses a Docker-based Apache/PHP/MongoDB development environment. If you already have a properly-configured development environment with Apache 2.x, PHP 8.1.x with the MongoDB extension and Composer, you can use that instead. You may need to replace some Docker commands with equivalents.

  • php-docker

    Docker Official Image packaging for PHP

    Internally, each time a new voice note is recorded, the application transmits the audio to the Rev AI Asynchronous Speech-to-Text API for transcription and saves the resulting text transcript to a MongoDB database. The application is implemented using PHP, with the Guzzle PHP client handling application-API communication on the server and Bootstrap and RecordRTC taking care of the client-side user interface and audio recording respectively.

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    PHP-DI: a PHP dependency injection container

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  • Apache

    Mirror of Apache HTTP Server. Issues: http://issues.apache.org

    NOTE: This tutorial uses a Docker-based Apache/PHP/MongoDB development environment. If you already have a properly-configured development environment with Apache 2.x, PHP 8.1.x with the MongoDB extension and Composer, you can use that instead. You may need to replace some Docker commands with equivalents.

  • Composer

    Dependency Manager for PHP

    NOTE: This tutorial uses a Docker-based Apache/PHP/MongoDB development environment. If you already have a properly-configured development environment with Apache 2.x, PHP 8.1.x with the MongoDB extension and Composer, you can use that instead. You may need to replace some Docker commands with equivalents.

  • Bootstrap

    The most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.

    Internally, each time a new voice note is recorded, the application transmits the audio to the Rev AI Asynchronous Speech-to-Text API for transcription and saves the resulting text transcript to a MongoDB database. The application is implemented using PHP, with the Guzzle PHP client handling application-API communication on the server and Bootstrap and RecordRTC taking care of the client-side user interface and audio recording respectively.

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