ESL Assistant API


Several people have asked us about an API for ESL Assistant. We are actually planning on offering that (and on moving the service to the cloud), although it will take some months to get there, so please stay tuned!


Comments (4)

  1. Robin says:

    I have the first try on the ESL Assistant. It's really helpful for learners who always need grammar guide like me. Thanks for all efforts you have done for English learners. There is one suggestion that to have a feedback  box for reflecting on any improvement. In my case, "the check" function couldn't find the mistake in the sentence like "there is some books on my table."  Hopefully it can do a little help to get the service better and better.   Thanks.  

  2. Robin says:

    I have the first try on the ESL Assistant. It's really helpful for learners who always need grammar guide like me. Thanks for all efforts you have done for English learners. There is one suggestion that to have a feedback  box for reflecting on any improvement. In my case, "the check" function couldn't find the mistake in the sentence like "there is some books on my table."  Hopefully it can do a little help to get the service better and better.   Thanks.  

  3. Jay says:

    Could you tell me if there is still a plan to offer an API for ESL Assistant?  It looks like this blog post was made 3 months ago, but no updates since then.

    Thanks in advance.

  4. michael.gamon says:

    I still hope we will be able to provide an API, but we are extremely stretched in terms of dev resources. Realistically it will not be possible before TechFest (early March). In the meantime, if you are interested in an API, send me a quick mail (mgamon@microsoft.com) and describe what you are interested in doing with the API – the more interest I can document, the higher the chances that I can get some dev time…