Cognitive Services Java SDK Samples
These samples will get you started using the Java SDKs for various Cognitive Services. They'll cover a few common use cases that are end-to-end solutions, including best practices for interacting with the data from these APIs.
For quickstart versions of many of these samples (and for more examples not covered here), view the cognitive-services-quickstart-code repo for Java. This repo demonstrates short "snippets" of code that back up many of the quickstarts in the Cognitive Services documentation pages.
For a general overview about Cognitive Services, view What are Azure Cognitive Services?.
NOTE: QUICKSTARTS ARE BEING MOVED HERE: https://github.com/Azure-Samples/cognitive-services-quickstart-code/tree/master/java
This project framework provides examples for the following services:
- Language Understanding (LUIS), using the Language Understanding SDK for the LUIS API
- Spell Check, using the Bing Spell Check SDK for the Spell Check API
- Autosuggest Search, using the Bing Autosuggest SDK for the Autosuggest API
- Custom Search, using the Bing Custom Search SDK for the Custom Search API v7
- Image Search, using the Bing Custom Image Search SDK for the Image Search API v7
- Entity Search, using the Bing Entity Search SDK for the Bing Entity Search API
- News Search, using the Bing News Search SDK for the News Search v7 API
- Video Search, using the Bing Video Search SDK for the Video Search API v7
- Visual Search, using the Bing Visual Search SDK for the Bing Visual Search API
- Web Search, using the Bing Web Search SDK for the Web Search API v7
- Face, using the Face SDK for the Face API
- Computer Vision, using the Computer Vision SDK for the Computer Vision API
- Content Moderator, using the Content Moderator SDK for the Content Moderator API
- Custom Vision, using the Custom Vision SDK for the Custom Vision Training API and the Custom Vision Prediction API
- Ink Recognizer, using the Ink Recognizer SDK for the Ink Recognizer API
- A cognitive services API key and/or endpoint with which to authenticate the SDK's calls. If you don't have an Azure account, you can visit the Microsoft Cognitive Services Web site, create a new Azure account, and try Cognitive Services for free. Or follow the Create a Cognitive Services resource using the Azure portal guide. You can create a Cognitive Services account on the Azure portal through the Use with an Azure subscription button.
- JDK 7 or 8
Subscription keys are usually per service. For example, the subscription key for Spell Check will not be the same as it is for Custom Search.
Copy this repository to your local machine by typing
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/cognitive-services-java-sdk-samples.git
in your command line/bash. Or download and open the zip file of this repo.
In each sample you will need your subscription key and/or endpoint from your Azure Portal resource for the service. In the beginning of each sample, add your subscription key/endpoint where applicable.