Easyling Changelog – v553

New features:

959 feature Dashboard II UI for the New Content Detection crawl information

Fixes:

960 fix OAuth2 Handle OAuth2 token expiry times properly

Easyling Changelog – v552

New features:

954 feature backend handle PUT requests

Fixes:

955 fix Dashboard Select correct crawl when populating statistics
956 fix backend, statistics send project statistics exports to the requester, not the project owner

Easyling Changelog – v551

Fixes:

948 fix backend, test Fixed test using eventual consistency
950 fix backend Extend JavaScript Content Check to handle large chunks

Easyling Release Notes – 2017 April

April saw few new features, but those few were quite important. As Microsoft shuttered the Data Market and Bing Translator, we migrated our code to support its successor Microsoft Translate API. Also, we rolled out a new project feature that lets us handle new HTTP methods (such as DELETE or OPTIONS) where needed and previously unavailable. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Changelog – v548

New features:

938 feature backend custom content preprocessor (BETA)
931 feature backend Migrate from Bing Translation API to Microsoft Translator API

Fixes:

927 fix backend Handle errors caused by incorrect Unicode domain encoding properly
929 fix backend prevent a NPE when XPaths are not specified fully
939 fix Dashboard Use correct crawl run when displaying statistics of running crawl

5 ways to translate your website

Balazs Benedek, Easyling's CTO

An overview of website translation options by Balázs Benedek, CTO and co-founder of Easyling.


For any website translation project, there are five approaches to choose from, all of them matching different client priorities: SEO-friendliness, the client’s IT resources, translation quality, security requirements, budget-friendliness, or short time-to-market. For LSPs, it is crucial to understand the advantages and disadvantages of these options to be able to a) explain the clients what options they have, b) help them pick the right choice for their needs and priorities. Read the full article