Building a Multi-Purpose Voice Search App in Python - Part 5

in programming •  3 years ago 

Today we finish what we started in the previous video of this series.

To enable the two additional buttons that we have created in part 4, we have to link them to the 'get' and 'callback' functions. The 'callaback' function is used when the search button is clicked; the 'get' function is used when hitting the enter key. So, yes: hitting the 'Enter' key is not recognized unless you program it. But it's only a line of code.

Anyway, for the step by step process, watch the video. In the next part of this series, we'll probably start working on the voice recognition functionality.


As a refresher, this video series is about building a voice search app with tkinter and Python, which will allow searching on Google, DuckDuckGo, Youtube, and Amazon effortlessly. The minimalistic aspect of the app is a strong point.


Previous videos in this series:

  1. Building a Multi-Purpose Voice Search App in Python - Part 1
  2. Building a Multi-Purpose Voice Search App in Python - Part 2
  3. Building a Multi-Purpose Voice Search App in Python - Part 3
  4. Building a Multi-Purpose Voice Search App in Python - Part 4


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