Bing API Version 2.0 enables you to embed a flexible and powerful search engine as a custom search component in your sites and applications. The Microsoft Bing API offers open, flexible options for building or enhancing your site or applications. Developing an application with the new API is straightforward: Choose a SourceTypes (Web, Images, InstantAnswer, Phonebook, RelatedSearch, Spelling), choose an output protocol (JSON, SOAP, or XML) and then customize according to your needs. Both the HTTP endpoints and the OpenSearch RSS interface are new in this version. With the addition of these interfaces and enhanced SOAP support, you are now able to choose the style of access and presentation most appropriate for your application.
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The Bing Text to Speech Java Sample Code by Bing presents how to access the API to integrate text to speech features. Resources include audio output format, authentication, gender, HTTP connection, and TTS sample.
The Bing Text to Speech CSharp Sample Code by Bing demonstrates interaction with the API to access text to speech features. Application configuration, TTS client, and TTS program are available as resources.
The Bing Text to Speech Android Sample Code by Bing presents how developers can interact with the API to access text to speech features. Developers can build a sample in Android studio with steps available on GitHub.