Free Translation Memory module now available for the Multilingual App Toolkit

Microsoft’s light-weight localization editor Multilingual App Toolkit (MAT) has just been updated with a free Translation Memory (TM) module, allowing developers and localizers to reuse translations more efficiently. MAT already provides free machine translation via Microsoft Translator, access to Microsoft’s official terminology and user interface translations, and now adds the LocShare Translation Memory module. LocShare can…

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New version of Microsoft Terminology API launched

Today, the Microsoft Terminology API is being expanded with a much broader set of language combinations as well as new settings for case sensitivity. If you are developing apps for a global audience, you will now be able to create your apps for Windows Store, Windows Phone and regular Windows desktop applications using the terminology and user interface (UI)…

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BUILD 2014 talk: Apps without Borders - publishing apps in global markets

At last week’s BUILD 2014 developer conference in San Francisco, Cameron Lerum did a great walkthrough of things to consider when publishing your app globally. Cameron’s talk Apps without Borders goes through the process of planning globalization of apps for Windows Store, Windows Phone, and desktop apps. Among many useful tips for publishing your app…

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Announcing the Microsoft Terminology Service API

If you are already using the Microsoft Language Portal to find Microsoft product terminology and phrases, you’ll already be familiar with manual searches for translations from Windows, Office, Visual Studio, Dynamics, Windows Phone, Skype and many others. We are now making this translation data even more accessible for developers. With the new Terminology Service API,…

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