See the process of setting up the starter code in this video.
- [Instructor] Let's get started with the translator speech API. Now the name may sound confusing because in a lot of places in documentation, et cetera, they also call this as their translate text API. Translate text API, translator speech API, same thing. I'll be using both terms synonymously. However, I'll try and stick with the word translate text API. Now before we start writing any code, let's set up our project first.
What I'd like you to do is go into exercise files, go into chapter one, and pick the code from the end project and go ahead and unzip that code in a folder on your machine. I'm going to do that right now. Now once this code is unzipped, I'm going to give it a better name. Let's call this translatetext. And here I'm going to go ahead and open this particular folder in terminal and open this project in VS code and also go back to terminal and go ahead and run npm install.
This will go ahead and download all the dependencies from package json, set up this node modules folder, and once that completes, we are ready to write some code targeting the translate text API, also known as translator speech API.
- 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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