Microsoft today released Document Translator app that uses the power of the Microsoft Translator API to accelerate the translation of large numbers of Word, PDF, PowerPoint, or Excel documents into all the languages supported by Microsoft Translator. Microsoft has also released the associated source code to show how Microsoft Translator can be integrated into enterprise and business workflows.
Using the Document Translator code and documentation, developers can learn how to incorporate the functionality of the Microsoft Translator cloud service into a custom workflow, or add extensions and modifications to the batch translation app experience. Document Translator is a showcase for use of the Microsoft Translator API to increase productivity in a multi-language environment, released as an open source project on GitHub.
Additionally, Document Translator highlights several key features of the Translator API that were designed with businesses and developers in mind: enable the no-trace option on your translated content by using your no-trace enabled Client ID in situations that require greater privacy, and connect to the Microsoft Translator Hub to create your own custom translation system using your organization’s and industry’s unique terminology. These features are available to anyone creating custom products and apps with the Translator API.
Download the Document Translator’s open source code and demonstrator app on GitHub
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