Create A Multi-Language Translator Using Blazor Server & Azure Cognitive Services by Ankit Sharma

We will create a Multilanguage translator using Blazor and the Translator Azure Cognitive Service. The application will accept the text to translate and the target language as the input and returns the translated text and the detected language for the input text as the output. This app will support translation across 90 languages.

We will cover the following concepts:

1. What is Azure Cognitive Services?
2. What is Azure Translator Service?
3. Create the Azure Translator Cognitive Services resource
4. Create and configure a Blazor Server application
5. Create the Blazor UI Component
6. Execution Demo

Speaker’s Profile: Ankit Sharma

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