Snippet: Dial By Voice
This snippet will show you how to implement a dial phone number by voice application, prompting the caller to say a phone number, and then connecting to the spoken phone number, as recognized using ASR.
You will need a machine with Python installed, the SignalWire SDK, a provisioned SignalWire phone number, and optionaly Docker if you decide to run it in a container.
For this demo we will be using Python, but more languages may become available.
- SignalWire SDK
- SignalWire Phone Number
- Docker (Optional)
Methods and Endpoints
Endpoint: /dial-prompt Methods: GET OR POST Handles incoming LaML requests for provisioned phone number, and prompts user to say a number to call, and asks them if the wish to dial it. Speech Input: (Yes or No) If the number to dial can not be understood it will prompt again. Endpoint: /dial-verify Methods: GET OR POST Dials the number, after a successful Yes. is detected and verified from the user. If the user does not say Yes. they get a goodbye message.
Build and Run on Docker
Let's get started!
- Use our pre-built image from Docker Hub:
For Python: docker pull signalwire/snippets-dial-by-voice:python
- Or build your own image:
docker build -t snippets-dial-by-voice .
- Run your image:
docker run --publish 5000:5000 --env-file .env snippets-dial-by-voice
- The application will run on port 5000
Build and Run Natively
1. Replace environment variables 2. From command line run, python3 app.py
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