The Unbabel REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Unbabel with other applications. Some example API methods include managing languages, retrieving topics and reports, and posting word counts and reports. Unbabel is an online translation service that translates content into other languages.
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The Unbabel Java SDK by João Paiva interacts with the API to access translation services created via artificial intelligence. A getting started guide exemplifies how to get a translation, get available language pairs, and get available tones. Additional resources at https://github.com/Unbabel
The Unbabel Python SDK by Unbabel interacts with the API to access translation features provided by artificial intelligence programming. Resources include documentation, installation, and a getting started guide.