Introducing Get Localization SmartFront

I would like to briefly introduce you to our new product that is currently not yet released in Get Localization but will be available for public later this year. You’ve seen our In-Page Editor, right? Well the tech savvy user instantly asks a question “How do I get those translations to our site?”. There’s multiple solutions for that:

1. You can use traditional localization/internationalization file approach the most application frameworks offer. In-page Editor automatically detects even complex strings from websites and can populate them automatically. Let’s say if you’ve string “Hello Mike” in your website and translator translates it to “Hola Mike”, we automatically populate the translation to interpolated string “Hello %s”. These strings are of course also available for edit in our traditional editor as well.

2. You can use our API’s to fetch translations. Get Localization REST API allows you to do the translation work in your back-end and Get Localization Translate API makes it possible to translate in front-end/client-side with JavaScript. This API again works with interpolated strings as well, so if there’s translation for “Hello %s”, it’s able to translate “Hello Mike” correctly.

Or then, you can use Get Localization SmartFront. It’s a clever new way to translate websites without using any localization files or any modifications to code itself. You can take any HTML content, translate it with Get Localization and it’s available via SmartFront in your preferred domain name. Let’s say your company website is in address and you’d like to get that translated to Spanish. To get started you create a domain or sub-domain for this language, let’s say and point it to  SmartFront content delivery network (CDN). From our CDN, we provide the translated version of your site dynamically and instantly to the user.

So in short, Get Localization SmartFront offers a really effortless way to translate websites without touching the actual code.  We’re looking to get this out as a part of the Get Localization self-service offering as well, so it would be easy to even small developers to try it out and start using it. But currently if you’re interested of trial or how to work with us, please contact directly our sales at