In this video, learn about being able to translate larger documents using the TranslateArray method.
- [Instructor] Now breaking apart sentences…is a useful function anyway.…Certainly you can use it with translations,…but you can use it in other scenarios as well.…But let me show you another way of doing translations,…where you have larger documents…that you want to translate in one go.…Not sentence by sentence,…and not by passing it as query string as you saw up here,…but perhaps as the body of a post message, let's see how.…That function is called translateArray.…
TranslateArray, let's define a function like that.…As usual, I'm going to create…const requestOptions will be getRequestOptions,…but I'm going to add a header this time,…requestOptions.headers.…Headers would be Content-Type shall be text/xml.…Now is where the interesting part comes in…is where I get to specify wherever I wish to have translated…as the body of the message.…
The body of the request has to follow a certain format…that looks like this.…Now, again, I'm using that backtick operator…to easily able to write lots of XML within my code.…But, basically, what I'm doing over here…
- 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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