December 11, 2012 in OS X Development
[prMac.com] Cupertino, California - Flying Pig has announced the release of Localizator 1.0, an Xcode project's localizations tool, specifically designed for developers who are working on massively localized projects with a need of external support for translation.
Localizator browses a selected root directory, typically an Xcode project folder, looking for strings files, copy them, organize them by language and create a separate Localizator project which can be saved aside and exchanged between engineers and translators outside of the actual Xcode project, making it safe to edit.
Upon completion of the localization work, the user can push the changes into the Xcode project file tree. Localizator will replace only edited files automatically removing for developers the hassle of finding and replacing each file one by one.
Localizator is an easy to use, simple software which becomes particularly useful with complex projects such as those which include plugins or sub-projects.
As Apple expressed at mutliple occasions, localizing software opens up new market opportunities.
Combined with Base Internationalization feature from latest Xcode versions, Localizator can easily integrate the developers workflow and become a powerful tool which will definitely help developers master the challenge of the diversity the Apple App Stores' market is offering.
* Requires Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion or later
* 10.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Localizator 1.0 is $9.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Developer Tools category.
Flying Pig Corporation was founded in 2010, to continue the work of Flying Pig Sarl in the North American market. Flying Pig Sarl was founded in France in 2007, with the objective of creating exceptionally efficient and innovative computer software. Both companies belong to the VARA SAS, Thiercelin family holding, including the historical family-owned and operated business, founded in 1809. Copyright (C) 2010-2012 Flying Pig Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.