This is a special post. It’s the 1st one I write completely in my MacBook, so I’m sure that Javier (@jsuarezruiz), Yeray (@JosueYeray), Braulio (@braulio_sl), Luis, Sara, Roberto and other mac users will be proud of me 😀
So, I build and run my Custom Vision Marvel project in Docker for Mac. Smooth build and also a fast one!
docker build -t elbruno/cvmarvel:3.0 .
Then get the image id and run the image
Final step is to play around with curl in bash to post the image (the file name with @ prefix took me some bing searches). Iron Fist detected !
curl -X POST http://127.0.0.1:8080/image -F imageDataemail@example.com
Ok, the environment is working, so it’s time to create a .NetCore Console App to test this using amazing C# code. I have all my code in Azure Dev Ops, so I sync my repo and added a new project in my current solution
Some C# lines in my console app and I was able to analyze a local picture using the Custom Vision Model in a container
The source code is very simple
Greetings @ Toronto
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