Entries by Lingoport

Globalyzer Release Notes

Globalyzer 4.7 Release Note: As of the 4.6 Release, Globalyzer requires Java 1.7. Please make sure that JDK 1.7 is installed on your machine before attempting to install the Globalyzer Client. The following lists new features in this latest release. The Globalyzer API: The Globalyzer API allows you to create Globalyzer projects and scans, execute […]

Lingotek: The Power to Translate Is Now Inside Adobe Experience Manager

You might find the following webinar helpful. This page was taken from Lingotek’s site here: http://www.lingotek.com/power-translate-now-inside-adobe-experience-manager TUESDAY, MARCH 24TH 9:00am PST / 10:00am MST / 5:00pm GMT / 6:00pm CET Now it’s easy to quickly translate your content directly from within Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) using the new Lingotek – Inside AEM Connector. Developed by […]

Webinar: Automating development to translation and back again

As the use of Agile methodologies has become widespread, traditional software globalization methods have been strained. Relative to larger waterfall releases, Agile creates many ongoing small efforts that don’t mesh well with traditional localization management and processing. The onus shifts from cost per word to  automating development and localization updating processes and eliminating backlogs. On Thursday, February […]

Globalyzer 4.6 released featuring enhanced JavaScript internationalization (i18n)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boulder, Colorado – December 8, 2014 – Lingoport has released Globalyzer 4.6, the flagship component of its Globalyzer Suite for developing and maintaining applications for internationalization (i18n) and localization (L10n) requirements. Key drivers for this release are to add more accuracy and assistance for finding and fixing internationalization issues in several popular […]

Webinar – Continuous Globalization

Complete the form below to watch the Continuous Globalization webinar. It’s challenging to keep localized releases in sync with software development – particularly for agile development. Keeping up quality and release scheduling is an old problem, which is why methodologies like agile and processes like continuous integration have evolved. Software Globalization practises, including internationalization and localization […]