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@marie-dk
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marie-dk commented Sep 19, 2018

Don't use the online editor at Brightec (http://xliff.brightec.co.uk/). After spending valuable time translating, you will be forced to use your Twitter login to get your translated file. The login prompt states:

This application will be able to:

  • Read Tweets from your timeline.
  • See who you follow, and follow new people.
  • Update your profile.
  • Post Tweets for you.
  • See your email address.

@neryams
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neryams commented Oct 5, 2018

Seconding do NOT use the editor from Brightec. You are navigated away from your translations entry page and they hold the data hostage so you will lose all your work unless you give them your Twitter account. They also do not support Angular translations.

@vslavik
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vslavik commented May 4, 2019

Poedit supports XLIFF since v2.2, including Angular files (GitHub issue: vslavik/poedit#408).

@bobergj
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bobergj commented Jan 17, 2020

Loca Studio supports the XLIFF 1.2 files exported by Xcode.

  • Free
  • Automatic QA checks
  • Native app
  • Distributed on the Mac App Store, sandboxed

(full disclosure: I am the lead developer)

@spock123
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spock123 commented Apr 15, 2020

So in conclusion, no free tool exists that lets you edit , create and update translations files using xliff format.

@CodeAndWeb
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CodeAndWeb commented May 2, 2022

BabelEdit supports XLF, JSON and other translation files.

  • Includes machine translation (Google Translate, DeepL, Bing Translate)
  • Optimized for Angular
  • Installation in Windows, macOS and Linux

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