Dec 082014
 
 December 8, 2014  Posted by at 4:44 pm C# & F#, Optical Character Recognition, Universal Apps, WinRT, WP 1 Response »
Adding contacts in a Universal Store App (Windows Store and Windows Phone)

It’s getting rather cold in UK and I am dreading the winter and the darkness. However, on the positive side it is cozier to sit and code in front of the computer with a lovely cup of tea or coffee. And here is some code. I was asked on Twitter to post about adding contacts […]

Dec 022014
 
 December 2, 2014  Posted by at 1:38 pm Optical Character Recognition, Speech, Translation, WinRT No Responses »
Using Microsoft Translator Service – integrated with Speech

I’m wrapping up my last module for Pluralsight on Optical Character Recognition and in the last module I had the pleasure of playing around with Microsoft Translator Service. So why not share this with you? As soon as I find some time I’ll upload the code as a MSDN sample as well as on Github. […]

Nov 152014
 
 November 15, 2014  Posted by at 2:44 pm Optical Character Recognition, Universal Apps, WinRT, WP 3 Responses »
Windows Runtime Optical Character Recognition and Speech Synthesis- adding additional language support

This post is a continuation of the Windows Runtime Optical Character Recognition I posted a month back. By default the Windows Runtime Optical Character Recognition library supports English. The resource file for English is added to the project when the Nuget package has been added, under a folder called OcrResources and the file itself called […]

Sep 302014
 
Video: Get Started With Optical Character Recognition with the OCR Library for Windows Runtime

A few weeks ago the OCR library for Windows Runtime was released, and I was beyond excited. While I tried it out and made a nifty little app (should be in the Store soon) I realized that this stuff is so awesome it has to be shared! Here is a very little and quick introduction […]