Localizr is a Tool that handles and automates localization files. Basically we give limited access to the translators to let them input or upload different keystrings and the developer will just fetch it on development or deployment only when if there is an update or changes. This will lessen or prevent the mistake that developer made because he/she has no clue what are those words are and most of them (including me, but not all) are just copy pasting those words (especially when it comes to chinese or japanese characters) from excel to the Localizable.strings via Xcode.
Fastlane actions. (
Fastlane actions localizr)
docker pull michaelhenry119/localizr
username: demo password: localizr
I have created a demo IOS App, You can pull it from Localizr.swift.
localizr action is not officially available in
fastlane repo, so you have to manually grab it from here fastlane/actions and paste the
actions folder directly to your project 's
fastlane folder in order to make this available to your local.
here is the shortcut:
# from your workplace root folder: $ curl -o fastlane/actions/localizr.rb https://raw.githubusercontent.com/michaelhenry/Localizr/master/fastlane/actions/localizr.rb
$ fastlane actions localizr
desc "Submit build to TestFlight." lane :beta do increment_build_number # ... localizr( localizr_server: 'http://your_localizr_server', localizr_api_token: 'your-auth-token-from-admin-page', locale_codes: 'en,ja,pt,zh,es', localizr_app_slug: 'your-app-slug', output_target_path: 'ExampleApp', platform: 'ios', ) gym # ... end
lane :beta do localizr( localizr_server: 'http://your_localizr_server', localizr_api_token: 'your-auth-token-from-admin-page', locale_codes: 'en,ja,pt,zh,es', localizr_app_slug: 'your-app-slug', output_target_path: 'res' ), gradle( task: 'assemble', build_type: 'Release' ) # ... end
export FL_LOCALIZR_SERVER='http://your_localizr_server' export FL_LOCALIZR_API_TOKEN='your-auth-token-from-admin-page' export FL_LOCALIZR_APP_SLUG='your-app-slug' export FL_LOCALIZR_BASE_LOCALE_CODE='en' export FL_LOCALIZR_LOCALE_CODES='en,es,ja,zh,pt' export FL_LOCALIZR_PLATFORM='ios' export FL_LOCALIZR_OUTPUT_TARGET_PATH='ExampleApp'
desc "Submit build to TestFlight." lane :beta do increment_build_number # ... localizr gym # ... end
This is optional, but you can enable this by providing valid information for the following in the environment variables.
export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID='Your aws access key id' export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY='Your secret key' export AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME='Name of the bucket'
Appand set the
base_localeif you want to have a fallback for missing
Appso you can re-use the keys to other apps too.
You can find the sample csv files in the sample_data folder.
App 's Keyssection.
Just find the
EXPORT button, select the
format and that's it.
If you're using heroku's free dyno and the waking time is longer than expected, you disable the auto migration option by setting the environment variable:
sample config of
version: '3' services: db: image: postgres:9.4 volumes: - pg-data:/var/lib/postgresql/data ports: - "5432:5432" environment: - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=your_db_password localizr: image: michaelhenry119/localizr:latest container_name: localizr ports: - "80:8001" environment: # Reference: postgres://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT/NAME, this example is using the default postgres database. - DATABASE_URL=postgres://postgres:your_db_password@db:5432/postgres # You have to define your host name here to prevent any random attacks. - ALLOWED_HOSTS=0.0.0.0,localizr.domain.com,or_any_domain # This is optional, you can assign a default then change it later from the admin page. # Or you can do it programatically after you mount the image. - ADMIN_USERNAME=admin - ADMIN_PASSWORD=change_me_later - ADMIN_EMAILemail@example.com depends_on: - db volumes: pg-data:
Snapshot is supported by passing a query param
?snapshot=your_any_key_or_build_number to the localizedkeystrings request.
Fastlane, create a script or use
fastlane actions localizr to download and update all the localization strings before
gym method, So we can always make sure that all strings are updated.
Michael Henry Pantaleon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Localizr is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.