Backbone.js

Giving structure to translated web applications.

Translate your Backbone Application with Localize

Below is a step by step guide for integrating Localize into your backbone application.

If you do not have a Localize Project yet, signup here!

1) Copy the Localize Code Snippet into your index file for your Backbone app.

Insert the code into your index or layout files' <head> </head> tags:

<script src="https://global.localizecdn.com/localize.js"></script>
<script>!function(a){if(!a.Localize){a.Localize={};for(var e=["translate","untranslate","phrase","initialize","translatePage","setLanguage","getLanguage","detectLanguage","getAvailableLanguages","untranslatePage","bootstrap","prefetch","on","off"],t=0;t<e.length;t++)a.Localize[e[t]]=function(){}}}(window);</script>

<script>
  Localize.initialize({
    key: '[[app:key]]', 
    rememberLanguage: true
  });
</script>

2) Load your application in a browser.

Visit your application in a browser in your target language and refresh the page.
Localize will automatically begin to detect new content on the page.

3) Approve phrases

Then head on over to the Phrases tab to approve phrases in the Localize dashboard.

4) Phrases not showing up?

If you are not seeing phrases show up in your Pending bin in the Localize dashboard, follow the troubleshooting instructions here.


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