Microsoft releases Document Translator app on GitHub

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 15 July 2015
Microsoft releases Document Translator app on GitHub

Microsoft’s new Document Translator app has been released as an open source product on GitHub.

The app enables users to translate Word, PDF, PowerPoint, plain text or Excel documents with ease.

Users can rapidly translate documents both individually and in batches with full fidelity. This means formatting, such as headers and fonts, are kept in tact, and users can continue editing if necessary.

With the app’s associated source code, Microsoft Translator can be integrated into enterprise and business workflows. Users can incorporate the Translator’s cloud service into a custom workflow, and add extensions and modifications to the batch translation app experience.

All that is required to get started with Document Translator and begin developing apps is a subscription to the Microsoft Translator API. With these credentials, users can translate of up to two million characters per month for free charge. Customers can sign up for this subscription at the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

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