Libraries & Tools
Integrate PhraseApp quickly into your app and boost your workflow with our tools and libraries.
The PhraseApp CLI tool is provided as a self contained binary for Mac OS, Linux and Windows. It provides a command line functionality to access the PhraseApp API and push/pull translation files.
phraseapp-ruby is a Ruby gem that lets you interact with the PhraseApp API. It provides a client to access PhraseApp programmatically within your own applications.
The phraseapp-in-context-editor-ruby gem lets you enable the In-Context-Editor for your Ruby/Rails applications.
Library for the PhraseApp API written in Golang.
PhraseApp Xcode Beta
The PhraseApp plugin for Xcode lets you connect your PhraseApp project to Xcode and seamlessly sync your localization files with a few clicks right from your favorite IDE.
Android Studio Plugin
Manage translations in your Android Studio projects with the PhraseApp Plugin for Android Studio.
PhraseApp Plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio
This plugin integrates PhraseApp into Visual Studio. It works with any Windows Store app, including: Windows Phone 8.1 apps, Windows Grid and Hub apps ("Metro").
Plugin to integrate the In-Context Editor into React applications that use react-i18next.
Plugin to integrate the In-Context Editor into React applications that use react-intl.
AngularJS plugin to enable PhraseApp In-Context-Editor for apps using angular-translate.
Connect PhraseApp to your RubyMotion application for the best internationalization experience.
Connect PhraseApp to your Django application and enable PhraseApp In-Context-Editor for your Python web applications.
The Symfony2 adapter connects your app to PhraseApp and integrates the powerful In-Context-Editor into your apps.
Connect PhraseApp to your Flask application and enable PhraseApp In-Context-Editor for your Flask app.
This adapter lets you connect your EmberJS app to PhraseApp and integrate the powerful In-Context-Editor into your apps.
Extract plain Strings from .slim views and Rails controllers to replace them with I18n's t() method.
There is more: Check out all PhraseApp projects on GitHub