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🔴 Let’s build Google Translate 2.0 with NEXT.JS 14! (MS Azure, Clerk, MongoDB, Mongoose, OpenAI)

Sonny Sangha2024-03-24
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The video showcases building Azure services, Azure AI Translator, and MongoDB with Cosmos DB for translation tools. It covers setting up authentication, server actions, and page protection in Next.js. The speaker debugs deployment issues, implements translation forms, and integrates Azure OpenAI for speech-to-text translation. Viewers are encouraged to engage with the content, sign up for courses, and access free resources. The video emphasizes efficient coding practices, the importance of server-side components, and continuous learning in web development, concluding with encouragement for viewers to build projects and provide feedback for future content.

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📊 Transcript
Building a powerful application using Azure services like Cosmos DB and AI Translator.
11:01
Demonstrating the integration of MongoDB with Cosmos DB and using authentication with Clerk 2.0.
Implementing server actions with NextJS 14, TypeScript, debounce function, and NextJS caching.
Collaborating with Microsoft Azure to showcase real-time document and text translation with Azure AI Translator.
Encouraging viewers to sign up for free access to the code and services discussed in the video.
Setting up Azure services for free, utilizing OpenAI's Whisper model, and showcasing Cosmos DB on Azure.
21:55
The speaker demonstrates voice-to-text translation and encourages viewers to sign up for courses and mentorship programs.
Tailwind CSS and routing with Next.js are discussed as part of the demonstration.
The speaker interacts with viewers, provides coding tutorials, and highlights the power of AI in various applications.
Setting up authentication with Clerk in a Next.js project.
23:43
The speaker showed how to create a link tag for page navigation and set up environment variables.
The tutorial included installing Clerk, adding middleware for route protection, and upgrading to Clerk 2.0.
The process involved setting up a middleware architecture and protecting routes based on user authentication.
Clerk simplifies the authentication process and offers benefits for authentication in web applications.
Setting up authentication and page protection in Next.js.
36:10
The process involves protecting pages, accessing user IDs, and managing user accounts.
Demonstrating whitelisting image domains for optimization and styling components such as headers and user buttons.
Seamless integration of authentication features and the ease of setting up user interactions within the application.
Building a translation form with two components: a translation form and a translation history.
48:01
The translation form manages server actions and retrieves languages from an endpoint.
Setting up a select field for language selection, with an auto-detection option included.
Demonstrating the use of Shaden for UI components and mapping language translations.
Aim is to create a functional translation tool with features such as auto-detection and language selection.
Highlights of Rendering Forms in React
59:11
The segment covers rendering select items and text areas in a form using React.
Setting up the form structure, styling components, and handling user input are demonstrated.
Server actions for form submissions and insights on state management are explained.
Emphasis is placed on authentication and error handling in server actions, simplifying code structure, and utilizing React hooks for efficient development.
Setting up Azure AI Translate on Azure platform.
01:11:35
Create an instance on Azure with a free 12-month trial and $200 credit by signing up, creating a resource group, selecting a region, and deploying the service.
Obtain text translation and API keys, set up a deployment name, and manage the model deployment.
Deploy to North Central US for Whisper AI usage for optimal performance.
Replace and hide secret keys for security purposes at the end of the segment.
Setting up and deploying a translation API using Axios.
01:26:41
Authorization issues encountered due to incorrect keys are debugged to resolve the issue.
Using the useEffect hook to update state and push data to a MongoDB database.
Viewers are encouraged to engage with the content for algorithmic reach.
Key mistakes in the API keys are identified and adjusted to resolve the authorization problem.
Implementing live debugging and code styling techniques.
01:37:11
The speaker shows how to use console logs for debugging and style form elements for translation.
Debouncing is explained as a method to optimize form submission.
Reference pointers are used for button interactions.
Plans are made to set up a history feature for database input, highlighting the significance of efficient coding practices and seamless feature integration.
Setting up Cosmos DB for MongoDB in Azure.
01:49:13
Importance of using a NoSQL database like MongoDB is emphasized.
Process includes creating a Cosmos DB instance, setting up a cluster, and configuring access rules.
Demonstrates connecting to the database using MongoDB and setting up schemas for user data.
Importance of defining user models and safely interacting with the database for simplified operations is discussed.
Creating a function to add or update user translations in a MongoDB database.
02:02:28
The process involves setting the input language, creating translation objects, and managing user updates.
Server-side code like MongoDB is crucial for handling database queries.
Successful demonstration of adding and updating user translations in the database.
Root handlers in Next.js are effective for managing server-side components.
The segment highlights the use of the revalidate tag in server actions to update the UI dynamically.
02:19:35
Adding the revalidate tag allows fetch statements to refire, fetching updated data and refreshing the UI.
This method enables efficient data handling and UI updates without manual intervention.
The speaker demonstrates the implementation of revalidate tag logic through code examples, triggering data refetching and UI updates automatically.
The segment also discusses creating time ago text using the react-timeago package and integrating it into UI design.
Creating a delete translation button using server actions.
02:27:59
The process involves setting up server-side functions to handle deleting translations from a database.
Demonstrating how to bind values and update documents using server actions.
Implementing a submit button component and checking for pending status during form submissions.
Showcasing the functionality of the delete translation action by removing a translation entry from the database with proper server communication and user feedback.
Implementation of a recorder component and web speech API for speech-to-text translation.
02:45:21
Setting up permission for microphone access and handling recording status is crucial in the process.
Demonstrating the creation of a recorder component, audio uploads management, and speech recognition functionality.
Importance of attention to detail in coding practices is highlighted.
Encouraging viewer engagement through forms and code repositories.
Implementation of recording functionality in a web application using MediaRecorder and integration with Azure OpenAI for transcription.
02:53:53
Setting recording status, handling audio chunks, converting files, and making API requests are key steps in the process.
Debugging steps include checking Azure credentials and file sizes for smooth functionality.
Discussions include server-side URL handling and simplifying code by removing unnecessary states like 'pending'.
Testing and refining the application is emphasized for a better user experience.
Deployment process using Azure services and Next.js.
03:12:12
Importance of skills and dedication in web development field, debunking myths about job saturation.
Setting up environment variables and handling TypeScript errors during deployment.
Benefits of supporting companies like Microsoft and engaging with course materials.
Successful deployment process despite encountering unexpected errors, showcasing modern web development tools.
Debugging a deployment issue in a Google Translate clone app.
03:27:39
Errors encountered related to middleware configuration and URL passing.
Troubleshooting by checking logs and examining the deployment process.
Mistakes in middleware setup identified and need for further debugging acknowledged.
Emphasis on continuous learning, community support, insights into Core 2.0 beta version, and protecting specific routes in the application.
Highlights of Debugging Middleware Configuration and Deployment.
03:46:54
The speaker discussed debugging issues related to middleware configuration and deployment.
Various tech tools such as Azure services, web speech API, and media stream recording API were explored.
Importance of using MongoDB for local database replication and development was emphasized.
Viewers were encouraged to access the GitHub repository for code samples and sign up for the course.
Encouraging viewers to build projects themselves to learn core fundamentals and promising a ton of learning in the process.
03:51:00
Mentioning upcoming video on popular AI services and requesting feedback on Vlogs through comments and subscriptions to the channel.
Signing off as Sunny AKA Papa and teasing the next video release.