Localize your .ini files
Store configuration information
INI, or "initialization" files, are commonly used options to store the configuration information. They have a plain text format and are easily readable by humans and computers. The simple structure key=value, lightweight, and compatibility made them the preferred option and practical choice for applications that require basic configuration settings and do not demand complex data structures or advanced configuration capabilities.
Create multiple files for different languages
INI files can combine multiple versions for different languages. Such an approach allows easy management of translated content for various regions and provides the software in the users' preferred language. With Lingohub, you can create the translation for your INI files even faster and with high quality. Our robust CAT tools, like translation memory, machine translation, quality checks, and many more, aim to provide the best localization experience.
Ease of maintenance
The multiple files and their simple structure greatly benefit developers with the debugging, troubleshooting, and maintenance tasks. Segregated language-specific files help identify and resolve language-specific issues and provide greater flexibility in managing configuration settings across different languages without impacting the application's overall functionality.
Set up the rules for quality checks about text length and with Figma plugin control that all content fits the design even faster. Avoid the additional time-spending.
Context images (screenshots) are an essential component of qualitative localization. They provide the visual context, and Lingohub SDK simplifies the upload process by automatically matching them with the corresponding strings.