In this video, learn how to provision the Translate Text API in Azure portal and update your project with the keys.
- [Instructor] Now I know you're anxious…to start writing code.…Well, be patient.…Before we can start writing some actual code,…what we need to do is we need to log in to the Azure portal.…So yes, you will need an Azure subscription.…So go ahead and log in to your Azure portal,…and once the Azure portal loads up,…click on this "Create Resource" button…and search for…translator text API.…
So go ahead and click on that…and you can read through here if you're interested…and click on the "Create" button down here.…Let's call this "my translate API".…I'm going to go with the free skew.…I will choose an existing resource group…that I already have.…You can choose to create a new one if you wish.…Make sure you read this paragraph, click on "I confirm",…and then click on the create button.…
Now this will take a few seconds,…but once this resource is created,…you can click on this go to resource button…or just look for all resources on the left…and here you'll find your my translate API created.…Let's go and click on this,…
- 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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