JS-based translation

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With JavaScript-based, or in-browser translation, resource usage is charged at the regular rate. One notable exception: there are no proxy fees involved.

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For enterprises

Easyling provides customized solution as a single-tenant installation in Google’s AppEngine, dedicated installation on the customer’s own infrastructure (on-premise), contractual commitment for 99,995% SLA and 7/24 dedicated support.

 

COST: customised

Managed Projects

Easyling assists you with the technological aspects, making sure that project setup & configuration are done right. Resources are consumed at the regular rate, setup fees vary depending on the project type.

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Professional services

Our professionals provide all the technical support that you need for any complex website translation projects, like JavaScript handling, CSS override, or customized development.

 

COST: 100 EUR or 120 USD, per 1 hour

Sales support

We support your sales activities by joining your calls as your proxy expert, answering your customers’ technical questions, helping with your presentation from the technical point of view.

 

COST: free

White label

Easyling can be made to appear as your brand, on your domain, with your logo, so you can offer it as your own product.

 

COST: 200 EUR / 240 USD setup fee; 200 EUR / 240 USD monthly fee; minimum one year of commitment

Easyling Release Notes – 2014 July

With the heat of July bearing down on us, our office becomes more of a refuge than a workplace – without our new A/C systems, development would quickly grind to a halt due to heat strokes. But since we’re running those A/Cs on full blast, we can afford to keep rolling out new features and abilities for Easyling as fast as we can. Some of these new features include the ability to completely delete source segments via a regular expression, a new, advanced Discovery system, and with this, a new interface that provides more detailed statistics, as well as a more detailed CSV export, useful for tracking changes. See the full list after the jump! Read the full article