Frequently Asked Questions
Last reviewed: 12/2/2009
Article ID: F120901
FAQ: What's new in LexiconKit 3?
Gain development productivity and runtime efficiency.
1. Internal Enhancements for Streamlined Performance
- Classes re-factored for efficiency.
- Libraries compiled and linked with latest version of compiler and runtimes.
- Libraries digitally signed for applications addressing Windows Vista certification requirements.
- Documentation updated with quick-reference icons denoting specific speech API support for Class, Method, Property, Event, and Enumerated Constants.
Read Knowledge Base article H120901 HOW: Determining lexicon management feature support for more information.
2. Nuance Vocalizer and VoCon User Dictionary management
Now you can generate, edit, and compile user dictionaries for Nuance Vocalizer (Automotive, Mobile, and Network) and VoCon 3200.
Read Knowledge Base article H120902 HOW: Generating, editing, and compiling Nuance Vocalizer and Vocon user dictionaries for more information.
3. Recognizer Phoneme Generation
Now you can generate phonemes with Microsoft SAPI 5, and Nuance VoCon recognizers.
Read Knowledge Base article H120903 HOW: Generating phonemes with recognizers for more information.
4. .NET 3.0 WPF Component Library
Now you can manage markup with WPF applications. Simply add LexiconKit classes and event handling to your WPF applications.
Read Knowledge Base article H120904 HOW: Developing WPF applications that manage lexicons for more information.
5. New Class Library for .NET and Java
Now common Chant constants and classes are part of new .NET and Java class libraries. Simply add a reference for the new shared library to start using the common objects.
Read Knowledge Base article H090803 HOW: Referencing common constants and classes with different components for more information.
6. Delphi Prism .NET samples
Now you can develop Delphi Prism .NET application that manage markup. Simply reference the LexiconKit .NET class library and use classes to create, edit, export, and import lexicons within your application.
Read Knowledge Base article H120905 HOW: Developing Delphi Prism .NET applications that manage lexicons for more information.
7. Java 1.4, 1.5, and 1.6 libraries
Now you can deploy with releases-specific .jar libraries with your Java applications. Simply select the .jar library version appropriate to deploy with your Java application.
Read Knowledge Base article F110804 FAQ: What Java versions are supported? for more information.
8. Speech API Error Notification Events
Now you can gain insight directly into Speech API error conditions. Simply register for the new CCAPIError callback to receive Speech API error notifications.
Read Knowledge Base article H090809 HOW: Tracking API errors for more information.
9. C++Builder and Delphi VCL components
Now you can build C++Builder and Delphi applications that speak and listen. Simply use the new VCL component libraries in your C++Builder and Delphi applications.
Read Knowledge Base article H120906 HOW: Developing C++Builder and Delphi applications that manage lexicons for more information.
10. JBuilder 2008 Samples
Now you can develop JBuilder 2008 applications that manage markup. Simply reference the LexiconKit Java class library and use classes to generate markup within your application.
Read Knowledge Base article H120907 HOW: Developing JBuilder 2008 applications that manage profiles for more information.
Release the full potential of your applications on mobile devices.
11. New LexiconKit WinCE Developer Edition for PC2003, Windows Mobile 5, and Mobile 6 devices
Now you can easily generate markup on Windows Mobile devices.
Read Knowledge Base article H120908 HOW: Developing Mobile applications that manage lexicons for more information.