Hi all! I was wondering how people manage their application translations ? I found solutions like tolk gem that will provide Web UI, but that will work only if you have Active Record/db in your application. Also, tolk like solutions are one per project. But if you have 3 project and all of them want to translate ? How you manage then ? For each project install web ui plugin to and translate again ? I didnt found a centralized way to translate (manage I18n.t keys ) for more then one application. I was wondering if out there is some web service that will provide web ui to 1. create/import/export translations 2. Sync service translations with your local i18n object ?
on 2011-04-26 16:06
on 2011-04-26 17:10
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 16:06, Burebista <email@example.com> wrote: > > I was wondering if out there is some web service that will provide web > ui to > > 1. create/import/export translations > 2. Sync service translations with your local i18n object ? Hi, We recently looked at a couple of different centralized web applications to help in our i18n efforts. We settled on WebTranslateIt, but there are a few others. We only have one application, but webtranslateit seems capable of managing several projects. I wrote up a blog post about it. It mostly covers how we match our current workflow (several parallel feature branches in development) with a centralized service for translations. http://devcorner.mynewsdesk.com/2011/04/14/transla... br - Martin
on 2011-04-26 18:41
Thank you Martin for your reply. Very interesting to find out that not only I have translation problem :)
on 2011-04-27 12:45
You might also want to try signing up for the LocaleApp (http://www.localeapp.com) - seems like it will have all the functionality you need.
on 2011-05-18 08:51
Christopher, as I see in webpage you provide, locale app is still unavailable. When do you think it will be out ? Christopher Dell wrote in post #995294: > You might also want to try signing up for the LocaleApp > (http://www.localeapp.com) - seems like it will have all the > functionality you need. ---- http://blog.eugen.co