Smartling's integrations are available to take the pain out of the costly and time-consuming process of internationalizing the code of your web content.
Instead of manually extracting the translatable content and sending it to a Translation Agency, our integrations automatically send your existing and future content to Smartling's TMS, where it can be securely accessed and translated by your translation provider. Once the translations are complete, they can be automatically delivered and displayed in your content platform or on your localized website.
There are 3 ways you can integrate with Smartling:
- The Global Delivery Network (GDN)
- Pre-built Connectors and Plugins
The GDN works with your website similarly to an intelligent find and replace service. It automatically detects text in your pages and replaces it with your approved translations while maintaining the original site's look, feel, and functionality.
The GDN sits between your website and anyone viewing your translated website(s). Once you connect your website to the GDN in Smartling, you are ready to capture text from your pages and create a fully translated website. Once completed, Smartling stores those translations automatically for future usage on any new translations. When browsing the translated pages, the GDN will present visitors with a fully translated experience that mirrors your original website.
For more information, explore the GDN documentation.
Smartling’s APIs enable you to build customized integrations to meet your individual needs. For example, to automate the translation of content in your custom content management system or some other platform for which a Smartling connector does not yet exist
For more information, explore the API documentation.
To help automate your translations process, Smartling offers a range of pre-built integrations that connect to a variety of software. The way the connector works varies depending on the connecting application, but at a high-level, they will all send the content for translation and deliver the translations to the connecting application.
For more information, read Introduction to Connectors and Plugins and explore the documentation applicable to the connecting application.