Real time spelling and grammar correction that works across multiple languages can make your app stand out. Bing Spell Check uses advanced machine learning to perform context-aware spell checking. Find out how to use it in this course.
Providing real time spelling and grammar correction that works across multiple languages (and is always learning) can really make your application stand out and enhance the experience of your users. In this course, Microsoft Cognitive Services: Bing Spell Check API, you'll gain the knowledge necessary to add real time spelling and grammar correction to your app using the Bing Spell Check API. First, you will learn about the key foundations of Bing Spell Check. Next, you will build on that knowledge as you explore how to make requests with Bing Spell Check using the different spelling modes. Finally, you will learn how to interpret the results of a Bing Spell Check request and display those results in your application. When you’re finished with this course, you will have all the skills you need to infuse your applications with the advanced spelling and grammar checking available with Microsoft Cognitive Services Bing Spell Check.
Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone. My name is James Millar, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Cognitive Services: Bing Spell Check API. I'm a freelance software developer from Bristol with a passion for the cloud. Bing Spell Check uses advanced machine learning and natural language processing to provide spelling and grammar correction that's constantly learning. It's a powerful service that allows you to infuse your applications with real time spelling and grammar correction. This course is a quick introduction to the Microsoft Cognitive Services Bing Spell Check API. You should ideally have a little experience in .NET to get started. In this course, you're going to learn about the fundamental aspects of the Bing Spell Check API, which is part of the larger Cognitive Services suite of Microsoft Azure. You'll learn the key benefits and features of Bing Spell Check before seeing how to set up the resources you need in the Azure portal. You'll learn about the different modes available and how to switch between them before finally learning how to process the results so that you can use them within your application. By the end of this course, you'll be fully equipped with the knowledge to add advanced real time spelling and grammar correction to your applications using the Bing Spell Check API from Microsoft Cognitive Services. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the basics of .NET and C#. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about the Bing Spell Check API with the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Bing Spell Check API course, at Pluralsight.