sonus-electron-boilerplate - Example of sonus running in electron

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Example of Sonus running in electron for OSX and Linux. What you get: customizable offline hotword detection and streaming recognition for your stand-alone desktop application.

https://github.com/evancohen/sonus-electron-boilerplate#readme

Dependencies:

sonus : ^0.1.7

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