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Posts in category ManageLanguages

A screencast has been added for the ManageLanguages module

As I promised in my last post I have now created a screencast for the ManageLanguages module. This time I have included speech so if you want a laugh watch it here.

As a side note I have to add that I also created a screencast for the EPiServer Google Translate code created by Ruwen Jin. It is an amazing module and will rock the socks out of any competitor in a demo! I only wish the code was available from EPiCode :-( (in the mean time you can download a Manager *.zip install from his blog post on labs.episerver.com

Making EPiServer Translations Easy

Manage Languages (created by the same guy that created the Picasa2EPiServermodule and who is still to shy to have his own blog) is available on EPiCode. The module will not substitute the language files for something else, but it will make it a lot easier for you to translate and maintain the EPiServer CMS language files.

The basic for the module is that you will have an Admin plug-in that will read all language XML files and load them into the GUI. From here you can set the master language and the languages that you want to translate or change. With a bit of magic (or two weeks of coding as it took) you will have a neat overview of all language specific entries and compare them side by side. But it wouldn't be enough just to be able to translate them (because how good is your french, Dutch or German?) The module has an built-in Google Translate feature that will do all of this for you (inspiration taken from Ruwen Jin and Dan Matthews).

Downloadthe module today and get the editors to do the translating themselves!

As always the module is available as an EPiServer Manager *.zip installation and comes with full source (of course).

PS. EPiCode has gotten a few more new modules lately as well; FacetedNavigation from Cognifide Limited, Steves CacheFramework (which actually have been ported to CMS 5 by Nick Urry from Intergen New Zealand) and EasySearch from Networked Planet (that I will have a separate post about a bit later).