Sanity is well-known for being one of the world’s best content platforms — and now you can use it with Transifex!
Here is all you need to know about the Sanity-Transifex plugin, how to use it, and how to install it!
Sanity is the platform for structured content that lets you build better digital experiences They treat content as data, which means you can use their APIs to build optimal workflows and share content between systems to increase velocity.
Writing looks and sounds easy. Even kids can do it, right? But it’s not until you actually start writing professionally where you notice how tough it is — which is where professional writing tips can come in handy!
Here is how to deliver better web content for websites or blogs!
What’s about to follow may be a bit too much to process for some. Many of you won’t even bother finishing this article.
People online don’t have the time and patience to kick back and read thousands of words — especially when they can find videos and other, more engaging…
We are planning to disallow TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 protocols on all connections to Transifex on 15 August 2021. The minimum TLS version allowed for every incoming connection will be TLS v1.2.
This change will impact any users that still use outdated web browsers or libraries to communicate with Transifex, which do not allow by default TLS 1.2 connections.
The vast majority of users connecting to Transifex use either modern web browsers and tools, or the latest version of our cli client. These already use TLS 1.2 and no changes are necessary.
However, a few users are still using…
TM stands for Translation Memory. This is a piece of software with the simple purpose of storing your translations and then using them to automatically complete other, identical translations.
Highlighting the value of a Translation Management System (TMS) for localization to the rest of your organization is usually a difficult task. There are many resources and data on the value of localization. But what’s missing are some strong points on the benefits that a TMS is bringing to the table.
We recently ran an anonymous analysis on how our customers are utilizing Transifex, and the data shows that:
Joining a new company is always as exciting as it is intimidating — particularly if you have been freelancing for half a decade. Successful freelancers rarely quit the self-employed lifestyle to join a company. But I did, and I’m here to tell you why.
Don’t worry. It’s not like the CEO or my manager are watching over my shoulder as I’m typing or anything. That’s apparent if you look at our Glassdoor reviews. I’m only doing this cause I want more people to witness the kind of difference that a friendly workplace makes. So, let us get right into it!
Continuously updating your digital products and services can be a very time-consuming process. Modern software, websites, and documents can be particularly demanding. But modern problems require modern solutions — which is where continuous localization comes in.
A well-made continuous localization tool helps you localize seamlessly, effortlessly, and, well, continually. Here is all you need to know about it!
Localization (l10n) is the process of adapting content to a specific country, city, or, in some cases, even a town. This will likely require you to take multiple things into account, such as:
Many enterprises move to the cloud nowadays and take advantage of third-party services. For this reason, seamless access to multiple applications from anywhere and on any device becomes essential for maintaining business efficiency and a satisfactory customer experience.
From the enterprise perspective, securely managing hundreds of accounts and associated user data is a challenge for both users and IT administrators. Single sign-on is the most common solution enterprise organizations use to enhance their IT security, improve user experience, and reduce costs.
SSO makes it easier to access the programs and data you need by removing the extra step of logging…
What is Machine Translation? It certainly has nothing to do with hiring an intelligent robot — but it’s as close as you can get. When referring to Machine Translation (MT), we are talking about software such as Google Translate, Amazon Translate, and DeepL.
While all MT tools are practically doing the same job, each one of them has different advantages and disadvantages. Here is all you need to know!
Machine Translation refers to software that uses various forms of AI (Artificial Intelligence) to automatically translate content. What’s awesome about it is that it can work without any human intervention.
Back in spring 2020, Transifex introduced Transifex Native technology, a modern, end-to-end cloud-based localization solution, saying goodbye to the cumbersome process of managing localization files during product development.
The best approach to building a great solution, though, is to eat your own dog food. After all, how would you expect it to work for your customers, unless you made it to work for you in the first place?
Transifex frontend is built using two core technologies. A legacy frontend using server-side Django HTML templates and a next-gen stack using webpack and React with all the bells and whistles included. Given…
Transifex helps you automate your localization process and manage translations in one central place.