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!
Join Easyling’s Tool Demo at ATC London, 23rd Sept. 2016.
We had our second webinar, “How to Sell Website Translation?” on September 6th.
Péter Faragó, the CEO of Easyling covered the basic principles, the pros and cons of website translation options and where you can find good website translation prospects. Read the full article
Not a long time ago, having a high-quality website meant that a company had the resources to invest in significant expenditures: they had the money to hire a web design firm, set up an in-house web development department and plan for the ongoing costs of web maintenance, programming and content management, all requiring IT expertise. Solutions were often tailor-made for big corporations at hefty costs. Smaller players could find cheaper solutions that often looked semi-professional, withholding many from even having a website.
We at Easyling strongly believe that each LSP should have free access to the latest technological innovations of the language industry. We claim that any intention to limit this freedom of choice is wrong not just for the LSPs but end-users and the industry as a whole.
We do believe that competition should inspire technology providers to improve their services and provide better support to LSPs.
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!
Balázs Benedek, our founder and CTO covers topics from the basics to advanced levels, including: infinite dynamic product catalogs, CSS overriding, the bleed-through phenomenon, caching needs, content multiplier parameters (color, size, price), using regular expressions, workflow automation for the new content, translating content beyond the login sessions, and more.
The webinar is free for GALA members and $60 for non-members. View webinar.
Sometimes different language versions are required for visitors from different countries or regions. For example, an e-commerce site would like to list different products for visitors in Germany and visitors in Spain while also displaying the site in the adequate language. Read the full article