Easyling Release Notes – August 2018

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During the past 6 months, we have worked heavily on a new Easyling Dashboard experience, both in terms of technology stack in the background, and UI/UX/features as well.

First in stealth mode, but now coming to the spotlight, the redesigned new frontend is publicly available. Not just with a new look, but also with some powerful and useful features are added. Read the full article

Easyling Release Notes – 2017 August

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How was your summer, dear reader? Over here,  the team was busy taking turns going for a swim in the heat on one hand, and on the other, sticking to development, where the incremental improvement of Easyling doesn’t stop. We have rolled out some invisible and some visible changes to augment Easyling throughout August. Here’s our tally for the month. 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 – 2015 February

With the second month of the year passed, we can already tell we’re looking at a busy year: we have two new teammates, and a few little goodies to ease your translation work. Now you can mark XMLs as translatable even after having been added to the resources, add custom request headers to the crawler’s requests, see the date an entry was added to the project, pre-translate multiple languages in one go, we have a new JSON path tester/analyzer, and the ability to highlight search terms in the Workbench. See the details after the break!

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