Easyling Release Notes – 2017 June

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The sweltering weather in Budapest would have ground all work to a standstill if not for our air conditioning. This way, fortunately, we could stay out of the blazing heat and focus on bringing you new features and fixes to make website translation easier. This month, we added integration with Google Neural Machine Translation, as well as a more robust memory-powered pre-translation system. See the details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2017 May

If I had to point out one feature from May that is the most important, it would be the new crawl statistics UI (part of the Dashboard II initiative). There were a number of stability and efficiency fixes as well, but those pale in comparison to the Dashboard II’s newest member. See the full details after the jump!

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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 Release Notes – 2017 March

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As March Madness comes to an end, so does another iteration of the Proxy’s development. We have rolled out some new features, squashed a few bugs, and in general, made setting up new projects a bit more comprehensive with our Complexity Matrix feature. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2017 February

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As we move into February, we’re picking up pace as we add new features and powers to the Translation Proxy. Among these new features is the paged dictionary cache that has the potential to speed up page serving as well as crawling in certain circumstances (more on that in the details), the full rollout of our new translation pipeline, integration with MemoQWeb, and a brand new Work Package Generation UI. See the full details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2017 January

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January meant an eventful launch to the year for us, which resulted in quite a few new features to the proxy that you can use to cater to even more customer. We have added enhanced compatibility with major CDN providers to pass metadata on the originating user, we have added the ability to define a Live Staging domain, and the Dropbox notification email has been enhanced to show you the changed files. Read the details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes – 2016 November

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November started off with our Halloween special (did you check the browser icon?), and carried with it several new enhancements to the Proxy’s processing ability. The Translation Proxy can now handle stringified JavaScript in other JSONs, we’ve reworded the crawl log attached to the emails, the Remote Cache can now be set to store images as well, and DELETE methods can be used through the proxy (with some caveats). See the full details after the jump!

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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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