Lingoport Releases Globalyzer 6.3, Focusing i18n Detection

August 14, 2019, Boulder, CO

Lingoport is pleased to announce the release of Globalyzer 6.3. Primary features include adding an easy slider interface to prioritize internationalization (i18n) issues, helping developers focus on fixing i18n problems quickly.

Additionally, more string concatenation was added, as concatenations come in many forms and tend to be one of the most repeated problems even for internationalized applications. The list of release enhancements includes:

  1. Focusing users on Top Scan Results
  2. Concatenation detection for HTML Strings
  3. Security enhancements for password encryption

We focused this release on getting development teams to high priority i18n results even faster. Many detected i18n issues may in fact be false positive detections as they can be conditional depending upon specific coding context. Globalyzer has the capability to detect issues with in a hierarchy of conditions, and we used that to help teams see the most likely i18n issues first and work their way towards less certain detections as they progress. That’s an important distinction for managers wanting deliver global readiness success at scale across their development teams, while also meeting demanding sprint schedules.

Release notes can be found at: https://wiki.lingoport.com/Globalyzer_Release_Notes#Globalyzer_6.3.0_Release_Notes_.28August_2019.29

To learn more about the Lingoport Suite and Globalyzer, please visit https://lingoport.com/products

Want to discuss your internationalization and continuous localization process? Contact Todd Flaska, tflaska(at)lingoport.com.

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