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Code examples for Amazon Rekognition using AWS SDKs

The following code examples show you how to use Amazon Rekognition with an AWS software development kit (SDK).

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The following code example shows how to get started using Amazon Rekognition.

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Code for the CMakeLists.txt CMake file.

# Set the minimum required version of CMake for this project. cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.13) # Set the AWS service components used by this project. set(SERVICE_COMPONENTS rekognition) # Set this project's name. project("hello_rekognition") # Set the C++ standard to use to build this target. # At least C++ 11 is required for the AWS SDK for C++. set(CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD 11) # Use the MSVC variable to determine if this is a Windows build. set(WINDOWS_BUILD ${MSVC}) if (WINDOWS_BUILD) # Set the location where CMake can find the installed libraries for the AWS SDK. string(REPLACE ";" "/aws-cpp-sdk-all;" SYSTEM_MODULE_PATH "${CMAKE_SYSTEM_PREFIX_PATH}/aws-cpp-sdk-all") list(APPEND CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH ${SYSTEM_MODULE_PATH}) endif () # Find the AWS SDK for C++ package. find_package(AWSSDK REQUIRED COMPONENTS ${SERVICE_COMPONENTS}) if (WINDOWS_BUILD AND AWSSDK_INSTALL_AS_SHARED_LIBS) # Copy relevant AWS SDK for C++ libraries into the current binary directory for running and debugging. # set(BIN_SUB_DIR "/Debug") # If you are building from the command line, you may need to uncomment this # and set the proper subdirectory to the executables' location. AWSSDK_CPY_DYN_LIBS(SERVICE_COMPONENTS "" ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}${BIN_SUB_DIR}) endif () add_executable(${PROJECT_NAME} hello_rekognition.cpp) target_link_libraries(${PROJECT_NAME} ${AWSSDK_LINK_LIBRARIES})

Code for the hello_rekognition.cpp source file.

#include <aws/core/Aws.h> #include <aws/rekognition/RekognitionClient.h> #include <aws/rekognition/model/ListCollectionsRequest.h> #include <iostream> /* * A "Hello Rekognition" starter application which initializes an Amazon Rekognition client and * lists the Amazon Rekognition collections in the current account and region. * * main function * * Usage: 'hello_rekognition' * */ int main(int argc, char **argv) { Aws::SDKOptions options; // Optional: change the log level for debugging. // options.loggingOptions.logLevel = Aws::Utils::Logging::LogLevel::Debug; Aws::InitAPI(options); // Should only be called once. { Aws::Client::ClientConfiguration clientConfig; // Optional: Set to the AWS Region (overrides config file). // clientConfig.region = "us-east-1"; Aws::Rekognition::RekognitionClient rekognitionClient(clientConfig); Aws::Rekognition::Model::ListCollectionsRequest request; Aws::Rekognition::Model::ListCollectionsOutcome outcome = rekognitionClient.ListCollections(request); if (outcome.IsSuccess()) { const Aws::Vector<Aws::String>& collectionsIds = outcome.GetResult().GetCollectionIds(); if (!collectionsIds.empty()) { std::cout << "collectionsIds: " << std::endl; for (auto &collectionId : collectionsIds) { std::cout << "- " << collectionId << std::endl; } } else { std::cout << "No collections found" << std::endl; } } else { std::cerr << "Error with ListCollections: " << outcome.GetError() << std::endl; } } Aws::ShutdownAPI(options); // Should only be called once. return 0; }