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Soluling tools

You can use Soluling in various ways, depending on your environment and needs.

Usually, you will use Soluling in a combination of the above methods.

Defined Desktop application

If you are working on Windows operating system, this is the best choice for you. Install Soluling GUI application into your computer, and you have all the features of Soluling available. You can create and maintain your project locally on your computer, but you can upload the project to the cloud when it is time to translate it.

You need to have Windows 7 or later to run the desktop application.

Defined Command-line application

This is most often used together with the GUI tool but can also be used standalone. You can use the command-line tool to perform most Soluling operations. The most typical usage is to call the command-line tool from your build process.

You need to have Windows 7 or later to run the command line application.

Defined Soluling Cloud browser application

Will be available in the future!

If you are a translator and are not working on the Windows operating system, use this instead of the Soluling's desktop application. Compared to the desktop application, the browser tool is more limited but lets you quickly view and enter translations of existing projects uploaded to the cloud.

You can use the browser tool from any web browser on any device - even on tablets and phones.

Defined Soluling Cloud REST API

Will be available in the future!

When you use the REST API, you don't need to install anything, and you can use it from any operating system. So if you are working on some other operating system but Windows, you can use Soluling using the cloud service. It contains an extensive REST API that you can use to create, maintain, and translate your localization projects. Your translators use a browser tool to translate your projects, or you can use the REST API to include editing features inside your application.

You can use the REST API from any operating system.