Entries by Lingoport

Lingoport Releases Dashboard 5.0

Lingoport is pleased to announce its Dashboard 5.0 release is now available. Lingoport Dashboard provides a clear picture of the internationalization and localization status of software. You can monitor and manage software globalization at the point of creation continuously as it integrates with source code repositories and code check-ins. Highlights of the Lingoport Dashboard 5.0 […]

New Webinar: Continuous Globalization from Startups to Enterprises

There’s a special dynamic of product invention, adaptation and speed in startup software development. Prototype, show, adjust and keep moving forward. Teams knock themselves out to build a minimum viable product, get a customer, and get funding. Then comes the next phase where success is really built – going from minimum viable product (MVP) to […]

Globalyzer 5.0 Crushes Concatenations

Lingoport is pleased to announce its Globalyzer 5.0 release is now available. Highlights of the release include: New string concatenation-specific detection More precise filtering and detection based on class names using AST parsing to further reduce false positives. Globalyzer Lite enhancements that speed up and ease enterprise deployment within developer environments and automated code check-in […]

Globalyzer 4.8.5 Released – i18n in the developer workspace

November 16, 2015, Boulder, CO Lingoport has released Globalyzer 4.8.5, which adds Globalyzer Lite to the Lingoport Suite. Globalyzer and the Lingoport Suite give developers and managers continuous proactive support for finding internationalization (i18n) and Localization (L10n) issues in source code as it is developed. With software development practices emphasizing rapid feature releases, it is challenging to support software […]

Implementing Continuous Globalization in the Enterprise

A practical guide based on what we’ve learned from our clients. We’ve been fortunate to work with very well known enterprise software companies, helping them implement Continuous Globalization using our product suite. Within these organizations, they are using systems and automation to help developers, QA and localization teams streamlining software internationalization and localization processes. Your […]

Webinar: Internationalization (i18n) Basics

10 Common Internationalization (i18n) Issues Holding Back Your Global Feature Development Learn principles of creating world-ready source code and how to build it and localization into your development processes. We’ll cover common internationalization issues with examples. We’ll also talk about the impact they have on your global customer experience and relationships. We’ll discuss issues, solutions and […]

Lingoport Releases Resource Manager 2.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boulder, Colorado – May 12, 2015 – Lingoport has released Resource Manager 2.0 Release Notes. Resource Manager integrates software development source code repositories seamlessly and automatically with localization.  Companies can release globalized software, sites and applications faster while reducing development and localization costs. Resource Manager 2.0 provides an automated connection with source […]

Lingoport Resource Manager Release Notes

Manage your resource localization process using Lingoport Resource Manager! Should you encounter problems or have questions, please email support@lingoport.com. LRM 2.0 release The Lingoport Manager (LRM) 2.0 release allows for seamless integration between source code repositories and translation systems to support continuous globalization. It reduces considerably the manual steps development teams and L10n management may […]

Globalyzer 4.7 – Targeting i18n for Enterprises and JavaScript for Global Users

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boulder, Colorado – May 5, 2015 – Today, Lingoport released Globalyzer 4.7. Globalyzer helps software development adapt, create and maintain products so they are internationalized in every sprint to support localization, locale formatting and data presentation. Globalyzer analyzes and fixes internationalization (i18n) issues for 14 programming languages plus multiple variants. Key features […]