Have you ever wanted to know how to programmatically and automatically search for high-quality images available on the web? If so, then this course is for you. You will learn how to apply advanced filtering techniques to get GIFs and trending images.
Have you ever spent hours looking for high-quality or trending images from around world, and wondered how you could integrate such capabilities into your own application? In this course, Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Bing Image Search API, you will gain the ability to get the most relevant images from the web, using C# and Visual Studio, through an advanced yet easy-to-use API that returns the same results as Bing.com/images. First, you will learn how to filter images, by creating your own SDK. Next, you will discover how to get the most relevant images for specific filtering criteria. Finally, you will explore how to get GIFs, the web's most trending images and automate the whole process. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of the Bing Image Search API, needed to programmatically and automatically search for high-quality images available on the web.
Eduardo is a technology enthusiast, software architect and customer success advocate. He's designed enterprise .NET solutions that extract, validate and automate critical business processes such as Accounts Payable and Mailroom solutions. He's a well-known specialist in the Enterprise Content Management market segment, specifically focusing on data capture & extraction and document process automation.
Course Overview Hi everyone, welcome to my course, Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Bing Image Search API. I'm a software developer and data capturer and business automation specialist. The Bing Image Search API enables you as a developer to integrate Bing's image search capabilities into your applications. By sending user queries with the API, you get and display relevant high quality images similar to Bing.com /images. The Bing Image Search API is essentially a RESTful web service, making it easy to call from any programming language that can make HTTP requests and parse JSON responses, such as C#, by returning all images that are relevant to the query search. By using this API, it is also possible to get the web's trending images, and also animated GIFs for a specific search term. Some of the major topics that we will cover include image search pillars, process and view responses, filter images and get image insights, getting animated GIFs, trending images from the web, and finally, watching these technologies and principles getting applied by creating our own SDK. By the end of this course, you'll know the basics of working with the Bing Image Search API and be able to write code that uses it to search for very cool images. Before beginning this course, you should have some good knowledge of C#, as well as being able to find your way around the latest version of Visual Studio. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn the ins and outs of the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Bing Image Search API course at Pluralsight.