This article we will do a light touch on Cosmos DB; specifically the Mongo API from Cosmos DB and using that API from Mongo Engine. I think one of the great things about Cosmos DB’s Mongo API is that I simply swap out my connection strings and guess what; it works! This means not only can I use Mongo Engine, but I can use PyMongo or any other framework for any language that connects to Mongo.
So I thought it would be beneficial to discuss Angular, Web API and Azure in some form of depth as well as provide an entire set of functioning code. I will start by addressing a few things, What is Angular, What is Web API, and what is Azure? Followed by the code and explanation of the code. The code itself provides a simple website, which has restful routing, requests for processing and lists out data from a database acquired from said processing.
Welcome to Part 2! We will be discussing Binary Classification. So I hope many of you have started using AzureML. If not, you should definitely check it out. Here is the link to the dev center for it. This article series will focus on a few key points.
Understanding the Evaluation of each Model Type.
Understanding the published Web Service of each Model
If you are looking for how to build a simple how to get started, check out this article.
The series will be broken down into a three parts.