Easyling Release Notes – 2016 October

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October has been a bit of housekeeping month, seeing the culmination of several features that have been in development for some time. This includes a new translator pipeline, an indicator to alert you if the Dashboard requires reloading, and a new support tab on the Dashboard. Get the details for each after the jump! Read the full article

Easyling Release Notes – 2016 September

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With September came the new school year in Budapest, and with that, the Proxy returned to school to gain new and enhanced capabilities. Among the new features in September are the progress follower UI providing real-time feedback from long-running tasks, the ability to expel historic untranslated content from a project, and a number of invisible-but-important backend enhancements. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 August

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August is a month of celebration in Budapest, and so it was at Easyling as well: while the rest of the country celebrated the national day, we celebrated our brand new documentation, as well as our new updates that make your life easier and the Proxy more powerful. For example, we can now process <video> tags as resources, set page rules to execute on-the-go search&replace operations during proxying, and we have rolled out the public cache accelerator to the public. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release notes – 2016 July

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Between the heat and the vacations of July, it has been a fairly light month when it comes to new features. The features that were deployed, however, are just as powerful as always: for instance, project owners now have the ability to execute a regex-based search-and-replace operation over the entire project at the click of a button from the Workbench, or filter a Work Package to include only machine-translated segments (as opposed to including only human-translated ones, or both). Also, there have been a myriad of fixes under the hood, and advancements to speed up our operation. See the details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016. June

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June heat has been slowing down development somewhat in Budapest, and this month was heavier on backend improvements and preparation work than it has been on new features being rolled out to the UI. Still, we did manage to complete a few new things, such as wiring up the Client-side Translation feature on the UI (still in beta), rolling out the ability to override content types before translation, and a new crawl interface that allows even more configuration options. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 May

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May has been a bit of a behind-the-scenes month: seemingly nothing changed on the Dashboard, but the Proxy gained a lot of new abilities and several changes were made to the backend, out of sight. We’ve moved our email service from Mandrill to SparkPost, we added the groundwork for customized Work Package generation, a global search-and-replace operation, and an on-the-fly editing of the source content before it is passed to translation. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 April

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April has brought us a new tradition in Easyling: event favicons – following in Google’s footsteps, we have decided to change our browser tab icon from time to time, and April 1 was just one occasion. But jokes aside, we were hard at work and finished the month with several new features to use in your projects. These include the ability to create one-shot regular expression filters during crawls, we’ve reworked the Work Package interface, and we’ve added the (beta!) ability to run an on-the-fly search-and-replace on the remote content or to apply a regular expression to select content to be translated. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 March

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March Madness has passed in Budapest, and the result is a number of new features ready to keep Easyling at the forefront of the industry. Some of our highlights included TransMapping (the ability to map and translate URL path segments), support for the srcset attribute on images, UI for the cache exclusion rules, and the ability to exclude pages from a crawl based on regular expressions. See the full points after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 February

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2016 is a leap year, meaning this month, we had one extra day to bring you new features and powers in the proxy. And did we ever put it to good use! Dropbox integration has left beta, we’ve developed a gateway to proxy our proxy, translation memories can now be populated for selected target languages instead of all at once, Link headers are now permitted in the interest of easier SEO efforts, and the link mapper can be set to a more permissive behaviour to accommodate more diverse inputs. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 January

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After New Year’s, development resumed in earnest at Easyling. This time around, efforts were mostly focused on bringing already-existing admin features to the general public, by constructing user interfaces, as well as a few completely green-field developments. Thus, the ability to use ETags in crawls was revealed, as well as the power to add non-printing characters on the Workbench, to use path prefix configuration to selectively override cache headers for paths, and to use IPv4/IPv6 addresses for staging servers. Also, users now receive a log with the crawl notification email, useful for tracking down why a given page may not be added, and the Advanced Project Manager power has been tweaked to allow addition/removal of target languages from other users. See the full details after the jump!

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