Providing a real-time search experience for your users by suggesting terms as they type can set your app apart! Bing Autosuggest makes those terms intelligent based off of machine learning and geolocation. Find out how to use it in this course.
Providing an intelligent, real-time search experience within your application as your user's type will set your application apart from the rest. In this course, Microsoft Cognitive Services: Bing Autosuggest, you'll gain the knowledge necessary to add real-time search suggestions to your app using the Bing Autosuggest service. First, you'll learn about the foundations of Bing Autosuggest. Next, you'll put that knowledge to use as you explore how to make a search function with Bing Autosuggest to get suggestions based on your user's previous searches and their current geolocation. Finally, you'll explore how to interpret the results of a Bing Autosuggest search and display those results in your app. By the end of this course, you'll be well equipped to add an intelligent real-time search experience to your applications with Microsoft Cognitive Services Bing Autosuggest.
Matthew is a Microsoft and Xamarin MVP from Madison, WI. He has been developing mobile applications with Xamarin and Mono.iOS and Mono.Droid since 2010. Matt regularly speaks at user groups, code camps and conferences throughout the nation and the Midwest.
Course Overview Hello friends. Welcome to the Microsoft Cognitive Services: Bing Autosuggest course. My name is Matthew Soucoup, and I'm a principal at Code Mill Technologies. Bing Autosuggest harnesses the power of the Bing search engine to provide users a real time search experience in your applications by suggesting search terms as your user's type. This course is a quick introduction to the Microsoft Cognitive Services Bing Autosuggest and you should have a little bit of experience with .NET to get the most out of it. In this course, you're going to learn about the ins and outs of Bing Autosuggest, which is a component of the larger cognitive services offering of Microsoft Azure. You'll see what Bing Autosuggest is used for and when it should not be used, how to set it up within the Azure portal, the components of a search, including how to tailor it for specific users, and interpreting the search results so you can display them appropriately within the context of your app. you'll be equipped with the knowledge of how to add real time search experiences to your applications by suggesting search terms as your user's type using the Bing Autosuggest Service for Microsoft Cognitive Services.