In this video, create basic helper classes in the identification helper module allowing for basic functions like headers and reading files.
- [Instructor] With the business object out of the way,…now let's write the actual code…that'll do things like creating…an identification profile,…and rolling audio, and so on and so forth.…So what I need to do is that…all the code with go in the index.ts file…but this code could get extremely wordy.…There a lots of methods we'll need to write…so I'll choose to externalize all that code…in a new file called identificationHelper.ts.…
Now to start with I will add a few import statements.…So I'm going to need,…let's make some space here,…so import * as request from 'request',…so that's one thing I will need.…I'll need the config, so config from ./config.…I will need querystring.…These are all object we have seen previously.…
So import * as querystring from querystring.…I will definitely need to read from the file system…because the audio files we will submit…well they'll be wav files or mp3 files…coming from the disk so I'll need that.…Let's also import buffer…and this will help us read the files in a buffer format.…
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- 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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