Software internationalization has never been easier with machine learning and other new features coming to Lingoport's Globalyzer.
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Lingoport has released Globalyzer 6.1, which adds the power of machine learning to find internationalization (i18n) issues faster, and with pinpoint accuracy, over multiple programming languages and database scripts. Machine learning makes i18n easier and more intuitive.
Globalyzer’s Machine learning is a step forward in automatically and accurately finding internationalization (i18n) errors within source code as it’s being written or checked in. Machine learning makes customizing i18n detection faster and more accurate, while eliminating false positive detections quickly.
Internationalization is the first step to making applications that behave elegantly in terms of regional formatting and other requirements. It’s a critical but difficult requirement for software companies looking to expand their reach in worldwide markets. Finding i18n issues early in software development, when they are fast and easy to fix, saves time to market and expense.
Source code has unique conditions that can make i18n detection challenging. Often what is wrong in some cases is perfectly fine in others. For example, elements can seem to need translation, that in some cases have become programming variable names, which creates an i18n false positive detection. Globalyzer has always had methods to manage problematic false positives, however machine learning makes customizing Globalyzer’s many default programming language i18n rules three to five times faster, with better immediate results and a more intuitive tuning process.
Lingoport’s Globalyzer is used by many of the world’s best known technology companies, supporting development for worldwide customers. These companies avoid i18n and L10n rework and produce a high quality user experience concurrent with their new development and product releases.
“Managing false positives is the number one concern we hear from developers, so it’s exciting that our team has built a new approach that’s easy and straightforward.” stated Adam Asnes, Lingoport’s CEO. “With Machine Learning, Globalyzer becomes even more adaptable for the speed of agile development globalization.”
Globalyzer 6.1. Includes additional features, such as access to Lingobot within the developer’s IDE. Release notes are available at: http://bit.ly/2rCTyTz
Lingoport provides a software suite and professional services that enable globally focused companies to create and maintain software that works elegantly in every language and locale.
The Lingoport Suite includes Globalyzer, Resource Manager and Lingoport Dashboard. Working together, these products continuously monitor, fix and manage both internationalization and localization in each software sprint and release.
Contact: Adam Asnes, aasneslingoport.com
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