A translation editor that can process one or more JSON files at the same time, providing support for both json and namespaced-json formats
|Updated||December 27 2019|
Andreas Loew N/A N/A
|Crack Size||38.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit|
BabelEdit is a translation editor designed to help you process one or more JSON files for ngx-translate in an easy manner. It enables programmers to maintain and change their translation files whenever needed without having to go through difficult learning steps.
In an attempt to keep things as simple as possible, BabelEdit displays a simplistic interface with a clean layout and intuitive options. For your convenience, it supports drag and drop operations, so all you have to do to load a JSON file is to drop it onto the main window.
BabelEdit parses the content of the loaded JSON translation file and displays all the translation IDs in the tree view, separating files from breakpoints and frameworks. Clicking on any of the translation IDs in the list will reveal information about the translation code in the right panel.
The application can process multiple JSON files at the same time. You simply have to add a new language to load a new JSON translation. Please keep in mind that both the json and the namespaced-json formats are compatible with BabelEdit.
No matter the translation ID you choose, BabelEdit Crack displays editable fields for each of the frameworks and selected languages. A tick box enables you to approve the translation once you are done modifying it.
Translation IDs can be renamed just as easy, but you can also delete existing IDs or add new ones to the list by providing a unique identifier. Hierarchical IDs can also be created using a specific pattern.
BabelEdit is not difficult to use for those who are familiar with the structure of a JSON translation file. Its purpose is to provide a convenient means of keeping translation files up-to-date. And, in case you get stuck at any point, a tutorial is there to guide you.
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