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In this article I am going to explain how easily you can integrate the Microsoft translator API to your ASP.Net application. Why we need a translation API? Once you published a website, you are opening a channel to the global audience. So making the web content available only in one language doesn’t cover all your audience. Especially when you are offering products/services it is important to provide contents in multiple languages. Users will be more comfortable when they see the content in their native language. How to achieve this, hiring translators and translate the content to all your user’s languages will cost you lot of money, and it is not a one time job, you need to translate the contents on the go. What is the alternative, we need to look for machine translation. Thankfully there are some translator engines available that gives you API level access, so that automatically you can translate the content and display to the user. Microsoft Translator API is an excellent set of web service APIs that allows developers to use the machine translation technology in their own applications.
Any collaboration platform that allows teams to work together should have the user interface available in multiple languages. As a market leader in portals and collaboration technology, it is one of the important but easiest features to configure inside SharePoint 2013. Now a days it is common in enterprises to have teams mixed with people speaks different languages. Getting the menus and commands translated to user’s local language will increase the productivity for the user. In this walkthrough I am going to demonstrate how you can apply language pack in SharePoint 2013.