Monday, 26 September 2016

Microsoft Translator API Integration

Microsoft Translator is a hosted service, accessed via an API that provides language translation.
It can be used to build Android Applications where you need language translation.
You need to get started with using the Translator API to translate content by signing up for the service, registering an application, and getting your Client ID and Client secret.





  1. Signing up for Microsoft Translator and getting your credentials.
  2. Get an account on Windows Azure Marketplace.
  3. The Microsoft Translator API is accessible through Microsoft Windows Azure Marketplace.

 You can see it here:
 https://datamarket.azure.com/home/.


To begin developing using the Microsoft Translator API, you need to do the following:


  1. Register for an account on Windows Azure Marketplace.
  2. If you already have an account, you can use it, but it’s recommended that you follow through these steps to ensure that you configure the service correctly
  3. Sign up for the Microsoft Translator API using your registered account.
  4. Register your application on Windows Azure Marketplace.
  5. Get the Client ID and Client Secret for your registered application.
  6. The following instructions will show you how to do this. When you’ve completed them, you’ll be ready to start coding.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Socket to execute Android Commands :-)



In this tutorial we are going to see how to use Sockets in Android Applications. 
In Android, sockets work exactly as they do in Java SE. In this example we are going to see how to Restart  an android Application  from Windows/Mac using device IP & Port no.  
Even Application is not running in Android Tablet device , can Execute/Launch using this method.










Set up android project with Open CV

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