Implementing voice commands in .NET MAUI in a calorie counting application

This post is a continuation of the Hackathon topic post, where the technical implementation of voice commands in .NET MAUI is revealed, as well as the challenges the development team faced and how they successfully solved them.

Igor Gridin
Igor Gridin

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