Instrumenting your code

locizify

Using our locizify script is the simplest way to get your website or webapplication translated. We highly recommend using it on your static site generators like wordpress, shopify, ...

Drop one line of code:

<script id="locizify" projectid="[PROJECT_ID]"
    apikey="[API_KEY]" referencelng="[LNG]"
    fallbacklng="[LNG]" saveMissing="true"
    src="https://unpkg.com/locizify@^2.0.0" />

You can find your projectId and API Key in your projects settings.

Reload your page and see the phrases ready to translate in your locize project.

Find more details and configuration options on the github page.

i18next

You can use locize in combination with i18next. I18next is a well known internationalization framework and offers a wide range of framework integrations and plugins for almost every need.

Learn more about i18next

To connect i18next with the locize service integrate the xhr or node.js backend:

import i18next from 'i18next';
import Backend from 'i18next-locize-backend';

i18next
  .use(Backend)
  .init({
    // ...other options
    backend: {
      projectId: '[PROJECT_ID]',
      apiKey: '[API_KEY]',
      referenceLng: '[LNG]'
    }
  });

browser: Learn more about the browser backend

nodejs: Learn more about the nodejs backend

Checkout our samples.

other options

clientside: polyglot, formatjs, react-intl, js-lingui, messageformat, ...

You can use our locizer script to load translations from locize and add them to your i18n framework in the browser:

Sample for polyglot:

// <script src="https://unpkg.com/locizer/locizer.min.js"></script>
locizer
  .init({
    fallbackLng: 'en',
    referenceLng: 'en',
    projectId: '[your project id]'
  })
  .load('translation', function(err, translations, lng) {
    const polyglot = new Polyglot({ phrases: translations, locale: lng });
    console.log(polyglot.t('some key'));
  });

For more details checkout locizer docs

Our samples:

serverside

For js environments please watch out for the i18next integration options.

On other environments you could use:

other formats xliff, gettext, ...

You can use following modules to convert between formats:

Simplest is to use those in combination with our cli to build an automated production pipeline powered by grunt, gulp, npm script, ...

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