Continuing with the set up of a debuggable Node.js project, this video shows how to add TypeScript support and explains the choices we make.
- [Instructor] Now, when we're writing code,…we wish to be able to debug that code as well.…As in, any code that I write in index.ts,…it would be nice if I hit F5 and I could hit a break point…in this TS file, then I can examine variables, etc.…Or I can launch Debugging through this menu up here.…How do we do that in VS Code?…Well, it's actually quite simple.…You create a folder called .vscode.…If you're familiar with VS Code,…you probably know that that is the folder…where settings unique to your project, this project, go.…
Here I'm going to create a file called launch.json,…and in this file, I'm going to add a configuration…that will allow me to debug this particular project.…Let me explain what this does.…You can have more than one configuration…in a launch.json file.…The idea behind having more than one configuration…is for more complicated projects…where you may want to launch, perhaps,…two instances of a process,…maybe you want to launch a Node server…and a Chrome debugger, and then sort of connect the two.…
- Using the Translate Text API
- Getting supported languages
- Writing code to translate between languages
- Performing text to speech
- Setting up speech to text
- Writing code for speaker identification
Skill Level Advanced
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1. The Basics
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3. Bing Speech API
4. Speaker Recognition API
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