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library laravel-translation-editor

Allow translation edition through the browser



Allow translation edition through the browser

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Laravel Translation Editor

Latest Stable Version Software License Build Status StyleCI Total Downloads, (*1)

This project allow you to edit your translations directly through the browser and the command line., (*2)


Require this package with composer:, (*3)

composer require exolnet/laravel-translation-editor

The translation editor will be enabled when the environment variable TRANSLATION_EDITOR_ENABLED is true., (*4)

If you don't use package auto-discovery, add the service provider to the providers array in config/app.php:, (*5)



In-app translating

In your development environment, you can enable in-app translation by adding to your .env the following environment variable:, (*6)


You'll then be able to open the editor with alt + click on all translations using te or @te helpers:, (*7)


{{ te('home.title') }}

And the editor looks like this:, (*8)

Editor example, (*9)

Once saved, you can commit the edited translation files in resources/lang/**/*.php if you're satisfied., (*10)

Detect potential translations

You can detect most of your potential variable string with the i18n:detect command. To do so, simply run ``` bash php artisan i18n:detect, (*11)

By default this command will go through all your `.php` files in the views directory and look for potential variables. 
Every time a string is detected, it will ask you if you want to save it and you will have to provide a name 
for your variable.

Additionally, you can provide the `--locale` or `-l` option if you want to save the detected variable in another language 
than the default one in your Laravel configuration.

## Testing

To run the phpUnit tests, please use:

``` bash
composer test


Please see CONTRIBUTING and CODE OF CONDUCT for details., (*12)


If you discover any security related issues, please email security@exolnet.com instead of using the issue tracker., (*13)



This code is licensed under the MIT license. Please see the license file for more information., (*14)

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