This version is currently in beta. The Google Cloud Translation API is a part of Google's larger Cloud Machine Learning API family. This API translates text between thousands of language pairs, with new features for this latest version that includes; Glossaries and Batch requests. It enables you with the ability to create a custom dictionary to correctly and consistently translate terms that are customer-specific and to make an asynchronous request to translate large amounts of text. The Cloud Translation API lets developers programmatically integrate the service with third party sites and applications.
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The Google Translate Ruby sample code by Google contains demonstrations to improve understanding of the API functionalities of Google Translate, Google AdSense, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Plus, and Google Prediction. Created by firstname.lastname@example.org
In early stage, the Google Translate Node.js sample code displays a directory with variables and documents with analyticswrite, compute, customsearch, defaultauth, mediaupload, oauth2, and urlshortener. Created by Chris Bolin, software engineer at Jumpshell.
This Google Translate sample code by Google is available in early stage to demonstrate how to interact with the API in Go language. Additional to the Translate API, developers have access to examples for MapsEngine, Calendar, and Gmail APIs.
The page in which the Google Translate Python sample code is available, contains running samples to use a command-line or to script Google App Engine locally. For both options, common steps include to access the Google Developer Console, create a new project, enable APIs, select credentials, and create new ClientID.
This is a Google Translate sample code found on Google and available on GitHub. PHP language could assist users in the understanding of the API and the developing of translation projects. Project authored by woofyman99.