Localize your Ruby on Rails application
Translate your organized code
Ruby on Rails is an open-source web application framework. One of its advantages is the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern. This structure helps simplify the development process of Rails web applications by promoting cleaner code and easier debugging. Using Rails, developers can create applications that are easier to maintain in the long run, improving their projects' overall quality and stability.
Localization and internationalization support
Ruby on Rails offers robust support for localization and internationalization, allowing developers to create applications that can adapt to various languages. The framework offers useful localization tools such as the I18n Gem, which provides a standardized way to manage translations, built-in localization APIs, and the ability to create views and partials specific to a particular locale.
Use the YAML format
We support the YAML file format if you want to localize your Ruby on Rails application using Lingohub. The I18n framework built into Rails allows developers to manage translations from YAML files, simplifying the management of multilingual content within the application. The YAML files can be integrated with Rails' localization features to make apps load dynamically and faster based on the user's language preferences.
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Using the Lingohub glossary is an excellent way to ensure consistency across all content in the project. Rest assured that all terms are used appropriately.
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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.