Are you looking to quickly add the capabilities of AI-based language translation? Look no further than the powerful Azure Cognitive Services APIs. This course will show you how you can easily add them to your application.
Do you have a need to add near real-time text translation to your application? In this course, Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Translator Text API, you will gain the ability to easily add the Translator Text API to your own applications. First, you will learn how to configure the API in the Azure portal. Next, you will discover how to quickly test the API using RESTful tools such as Postman and Fiddler. Finally, you will explore how to create a C# application that calls the API. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to leverage this powerful service in your own applications.
William C. Myers (Billy Clay Myers) is a Senior Azure FastTrack Engineer with the Customer Experience Engineering Team (CXP) at Microsoft. He holds many certifications including Azure Developer and Architecture Certifications. With 20 years of experience as a software developer starting with Visual Basic 2, he has focused on continually improving himself through learning and enjoys the opportunity to now share his knowledge to help others learn.
Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone. My name is William C. Myers, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Translator Text API. I am a senior FastTrack engineer at Microsoft. The world of artificial intelligence and machine learning is exploding with opportunity. These videos will show you how you can quickly and easily implement the power of AI and machine learning into your application with a very low barrier to entry. In this course we are going to cover the functions of the translator text API, how to configure it in the Azure portal, as well as how to call it both with some RESTful testing tools, as well as in code via C#. Some of the major topics that we will cover include what the Translator Text API is, how to create the service in the Azure portal, how to use RESTful verbs to utilize the API, and how to integrate RESTful calls for this API into your C# code. By the end of this course, you will be able to utilize the Translator Text API in your own application. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the C# language or another language where you have implemented RESTful calls. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn the Translator Text API with the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services: Translator Text API course at Pluralsight.