Explore the process of performing spell check using POST requests with multiple languages and see major differences.
- [Instructor] Now I just demonstrated to you…doing spell check using get.…Now the obvious disadvantage of this approach…is that you are limited by the length of the URL…you can parse in.…Get requests, well everything you're sending in…is as a URL, so URL have finite lengths.…If you have larger amounts of text,…you'll need to break it apart into sentences.…And yes there is a break sentences API…in the translate text API that is also…apart of cognitive services.…
You can certainly do that,…however you can also do spell check using post.…So I'm going to comment out the call to spell check…using get, and I'm going to copy paste the code…for spell check using get and create a new function…called spell check using post.…I think you have guessed what I'm about to do here.…I intend to change this request dot get…to a request dot post,…but there are a few other changes I need to make.…
So the end point this time around…becomes a little bit simpler.…So we need to parse in only the market.…However the request options is where the body,…
- Text Analytics API
- Detecting language using text analytics
- Detecting key phrases and sentiment
- Bing Spell Check API
- Translator Text API
- Writing code for translating between languages
- Performing text-to-speech
- Language Understanding (LUIS)
- Writing code to create a LUIS app
Skill Level Advanced
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Learning Microsoft Cognitive Services for Developerswith Sahil Malik1h 42m Intermediate
1. The Basics
2. Text Analytics API
3. Bing Spell Check API
4. Translator Text API
6. LUIS Authoring APIs
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