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Search for available car stock based on your preferences

Our objective is to develop a search engine capable of operating through spoken instructions. To achieve this, we will utilize a natural language parser specifically designed for processing textual input. We will diligently configure and thoroughly test this parser using texts acquired from automated descriptions in various offers. This particular aspect will be my responsibility, and I intend to offer it as a service.

We need to consider the implementation of a widget that can accept multiple parameters simultaneously in JSON format. This widget should not only allow manual selection of specific inputs but also enable input through speech recognition.

Additionally, we aim to provide the flexibility for users to enter their desired inputs by typing in a text box, allowing them the option to use speech or text interchangeably.

Now, I will attempt to illustrate the workflow by explaining it through a diagram.

Considering that the parser function may not be readily available, we need to outline the steps for implementing the search feature. Initially, we will provide a standard search form, similar to other platforms, where users can select parameters. This will serve as a temporary solution until the parser function becomes available.

I'm enjoying your beginning. In my opinion, the slider isn't necessary.
Finish this filter that it can effectively select cars. 

Try to find how to Flutter convert audio to text client side. 

Could you please help me find a way to convert audio to text using Flutter on the client side? I've come across an example that demonstrates how to convert audio using an external service, but I'm specifically looking for a solution that can be implemented on the client side within a Flutter app. Do you know of any resources or tutorials, such as a YouTube video, that could assist me in achieving this goal? 

I'd like to explore options for converting speech to text within a Flutter app built on FlutterFlow. One potential solution is the "flutter_speech" package. I suggest testing it out to determine its compatibility and usability within the FlutterFlow framework. Once the speech is converted to text, I plan to utilize Spacy for text parsing in the search options. To accomplish this, you can send the converted text to the server, and in return, I will send you JSON options for car selection based on the parsed text.

Please see example with flutter_speech package

To convert audio to text client-side using Flutter, you can explore the speech recognition capabilities provided by the flutter_speech package. This package allows you to perform speech recognition directly on the device without relying on an external service. Here's a revised explanation:

1. Add the flutter_speech package to your Flutter project by including the following dependency in your `pubspec.yaml` file:
  flutter_speech: ^0.5.2

2. Run `flutter pub get` to fetch the package.

3. Implement the audio-to-text conversion functionality using the flutter_speech package. Here's an example code snippet to get you started:

import 'package:flutter_speech/flutter_speech.dart';

FlutterSpeech flutterSpeech = FlutterSpeech();

void startListening() {
  flutterSpeech.start().then((result) {
    // Handle the speech recognition result
    if (result.isNotEmpty && result.finalResult) {
      String recognizedText = result.recognizedWords;
      // Process the recognized text as desired
      print('Recognized Text: $recognizedText');

void stopListening() {

4. Make sure to handle the necessary permissions for audio recording and speech recognition in the `AndroidManifest.xml` and `Info.plist` files for Android and iOS, respectively.

5. Call `startListening()` to begin speech recognition. Once the user finishes speaking, the `result` object will contain the recognized words.

6. Access the recognized words through `result.recognizedWords` and perform any further processing or actions as needed.

Regarding your request for a tutorial, unfortunately, I can't browse the internet or provide specific external resources as my responses are based on pre-existing knowledge. However, you can search for tutorials or examples using keywords like "Flutter audio to text client-side" or "Flutter speech recognition" to find relevant resources that demonstrate the implementation of audio-to-text conversion within the Flutter framework.

Remember to review the package documentation, handle errors appropriately, and adapt the implementation to meet your specific requirements.

Example to convert audio to speech via Google service

To convert audio to text client-side using Flutter, you can utilize a combination of the FlutterSound package and a speech-to-text service. Here's a step-by-step guide: 1. Add the FlutterSound package to your Flutter project by adding the following dependency to your `pubspec.yaml` file: ```yaml dependencies: flutter_sound: ^8.0.0 ``` 2. Run `flutter pub get` to fetch the package. 3. Set up the necessary permissions in the `AndroidManifest.xml` and `Info.plist` files for Android and iOS, respectively, to access the microphone. 4. Implement the audio recording functionality using FlutterSound. You can use the following code as a starting point: ```dart import 'package:flutter_sound/flutter_sound.dart'; FlutterSoundRecorder _audioRecorder = FlutterSoundRecorder(); void startRecording() async { await _audioRecorder.openAudioSession(); await _audioRecorder.startRecorder(toFile: 'path_to_audio_file.wav'); } void stopRecording() async { await _audioRecorder.stopRecorder(); await _audioRecorder.closeAudioSession(); } ``` Make sure to replace `'path_to_audio_file.wav'` with the desired path to save the audio file. 5. Next, you need to convert the recorded audio to text. For this, you can use a speech-to-text service like the Google Cloud Speech-to-Text API, IBM Watson Speech to Text, or any other service of your choice. 6. Set up an account with the chosen speech-to-text service and obtain the necessary credentials or API keys. 7. Use the API provided by the speech-to-text service to convert the audio file to text. The implementation will vary depending on the service you choose. Here's an example using the Google Cloud Speech-to-Text API: ```dart import 'package:http/http.dart' as http; Future<String> convertAudioToText(String audioFilePath) async { // Read the audio file List<int> audioBytes = File(audioFilePath).readAsBytesSync(); // Make a POST request to the Google Cloud Speech-to-Text API var response = await '', body: { 'audio': { 'content': base64Encode(audioBytes), }, 'config': { 'encoding': 'LINEAR16', 'sampleRateHertz': 16000, 'languageCode': 'en-US', }, }, ); // Parse the response and extract the transcribed text var jsonResponse = json.decode(response.body); return jsonResponse['results'][0]['alternatives'][0]['transcript']; } ``` Make sure to replace `'YOUR_API_KEY'` with your actual Google Cloud Speech-to-Text API key. 8. Call the `convertAudioToText` function with the path to the recorded audio file to get the transcribed text. Please note that this example uses a simplified approach, and you may need to modify it according to your specific requirements and the speech-to-text service you choose. Remember to handle errors, implement appropriate error handling, and follow the documentation of the specific packages and services you are using.

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Very nice example in Google Drive.