Integrate your Visual Studio Code projects with Crowdin to optimize the localization process. Plugin allows uploading new source strings instantly to your Crowdin project, updating them back from Crowdin and downloading translations.
New component will be introduced in Activity Bar called Crowdin Explorer. Plugin will scan each workspace for Crowdin specific configuration file and will build tree with source files. In Crowdin Explorer you can upload those files into Crowdin, download them back from Crowdin and download translations. And also track progress of translated and approved strings for each project and target language.
To work with plugin in the Visual Studio Code workspace, there should be Crowdin configuration file called either
Configuration file example:
You also can use environment variables in configuration file Environmet variables:
Project ID can be found in your project settings page.
To generate a new API token in Crowdin, go to your Account Settings.
This extension contributes the following settings:
At the moment, plugin does not support all possible properties in configuration file (see Configuration file). All properties which are supported by this plugin are listed in the example above.
If you find any problems or would like to suggest a feature, please read the How can I contribute section in our contributing guidelines.
Need help working with Crowdin Visual Studio Code Plugin or have any questions? Contact Customer Success Service.
We are happy to accept contributions to the Crowdin Visual Studio Code Plugin. If you want to contribute, please read the Contributing guidelines.
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