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!
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!
Christmas and New Year’s eve passed with presents, champagne, and fireworks here in Budapest. As is customary, Easyling users weren’t left without presents either: December saw the experimental rollout of our DropBox integration, an improvement of the crawler system, a massive regular expression tester, and our greatest present, the frontend for the new multicache feature (see the detailed blog post here). See the details after the jump!
November has come and gone with cold rains, but despite the glum climate, we still managed to add three fairly major features to our offering, as well as a number of miscellaneous fixes, optimizations, and tweaks. The Translation Proxy now has the ability to translate nested JSON-structures, strip the tags from HTML-formatted attributes, and to apply a default exclusion behavior on new pages in a project. See the full details after the jump!
Another month, another round of updates, another set of powerful new features – just business as usual at Easyling. Expanding the translation proxy’s arsenal this month are changes as tiny as adding a new header to be forwarded, and as great as a complete rework of the crawl history interface. Also deployed this month are our public caching service, the balance info box facelift, the ability to handle TMX files with only partial locales, and an SEO filter for the workbench. See the complete listing after the jump!
July saw our staff taking some of their well-deserved vacations, so development slowed down a little. That doesn’t mean we don’t have any cool new stuff for you, though! A new video is produced to help explaining what a Translation Proxy is. The Workbench gained the ability to accept a number of keyboard shortcuts, Source Caches can be built in a targeted fashion, and a more visible notifications of outdated export lists. See the details after the fold!
Heat affects computers rather badly. Which is why we’re happy we have our AC in the office: it helps keep our chips (and developers) cool, so we can keep rolling out feature after feature for your enjoyment. This month was about a number of smaller features and fixes: the ability to pay in USD via credit card, Concordance Search on the Workbench, along with the ability to Mass-Exclude pages, the activation of the Subdirectory Publishing, a few relatively minor tweaks, such as the ability to translate the news_keywords meta-tags and automatically include both HTTP and HTTPS versions of pages when generating work packages. See every detail after the jump! Read the full article
The weather is starting to heat up in Budapest, and with it, our development cycles are accelerating a bit as well. We’ve implemented a new filtering indicator, the ability to process doubly-encoded JSONs, we’ve brought back the ability to use Swap Entries, the ability to append custom headers to our responses, a new indication of fully-translated pages, and easy integration with Google’s Universal Analytics. See the full inventory after the jump!