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Localization at the Design Stage

This post will show users how to complete the localization process which originally started at the design stage. Localization at the design stage kicks off the localization process in tandem with product development. Starting localization at the design stage saves teams valuable time during both the localization and development process. Translators can begin working with an app’s content while developers build the app itself. This process shifts localization from post-development to the design stage, before development even begins. It also allows for functional testing and linguistic, in-context review using the translated design files. Starting localization at the design stage helps prevent delays in the release or deployment of an app. In continuation of the Localization at the Design Stage article,... »

May 2021 Release Notes

Improved Screenshot UI You asked and we listened! The new and improved Screenshot UI provides users with a smoother navigation between screens, easier tracking of string and screen pairings, and the ability to quickly switch between translated screens. The new screenshot UI has improvements for all types of Applanga users. If your strings are repeatedly used across multiple screens, the new tab view lets you keep ‘tabs’ on all the screens a string is found on. If you need more context while reviewing translated screenshots, you can now quickly switch between base language version and translated screens. If you’re looking for specific screens, there is also a search in the Screen list. See the Working with Screenshots on Applanga documentation... »