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Drupal 8 connector

Drupal 8

What is Drupal

Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world. Drupal is configurable, open source, and flexible.

Powerling connector

The Powerling translation provider for Translation Management Tool allows you to submit your content directly to Powerling. The content is directly received by our Project Manager(s) & Human Translators. When the translation is done, you will view it in your Drupal CMS. Only one more click and your translation will go live!
This solution exists to streamline your translation process in a user-friendly interface.

Features

  • All translation is completed using your CMS/website interface. No more import/export.
  • It is possible to translate any type of content from your Drupal website (entity field, taxonomy, etc...)
  • Translated content is automatically put back to its original place.

Requirements

  • For this plugin to work, you will first have to install and enable the TMGMT module as well as its extension. You will customize the module to your translation needs, selecting the type of content you want to have translated (for example, entity field, taxonomy, etc...)
  • a Contact us to get information and an estimate for your translations. The IT team will provide you with a token to connect the plugin to our tool and to our human translators.

Compatibility

This plugin is compatible with Drupal version 8.x (no support for earlier versions)

Initial Configuration

After the installation, you get access to a new translation menu.
After the installation, you get access to a new translation menu.
In the “Providers” section, the Powerling provider is available once you have installed the Powerling TMGMT plugin.
In the “Providers” section, the Powerling provider is available once you have installed the Powerling TMGMT plugin.
There you can input the token Powerling provided you with.
There you can input the token Powerling provided you with.
You may then click on the connect button to check connectivity and retrieve Powerling's language codes in order to do the language mapping.
You may then click on the connect button to check connectivity and retrieve Powerling's language codes in order to do the language mapping.

Manual request(s) for translation

In this example, we are going to create an article in English and request its French translation.
In this example, we are going to create an article in English and request its French translation.
In the “Sources” tab of the “Translation” menu, you can see the article that we just created. Simply check the checkbox and click on “Request translation”. Note: If your Drupal has more than two languages, you have to pick a “Target language”.
In the “Sources” tab of the “Translation” menu, you can see the article that we just created. Simply check the checkbox and click on “Request translation”. Note: If your Drupal has more than two languages, you have to pick a “Target language”.
Give the project a name and choose “Powerling” as the provider.
Give the project a name and choose “Powerling” as the provider.
You can add a different name for Powerling's use, comment and a due-date
You can add a different name for Powerling's use, comment and a due-date
The job has now been sent to Powerling.
The job has now been sent to Powerling.
In the “job” tab of the “Translation” menu, you can check the progress of the translation projects.
In the “job” tab of the “Translation” menu, you can check the progress of the translation projects.
Once the translation has been completed, the translated content is automatically pushed back to your Drupal for review.
Once the translation has been completed, the translated content is automatically pushed back to your Drupal for review.
During the review, you can validate the translated content before publishing.
During the review, you can validate the translated content before publishing.
Once you have validated the contents, you may publish the translation by pressing “Save as completed”
Once you have validated the contents, you may publish the translation by pressing “Save as completed”
As you can see, a translated page has now been created.
As you can see, a translated page has now been created.

Automated request(s) for translation

In the “jobs” tab, you may add a continuous job that allows you to automatically request translation of new content.
In the “jobs” tab, you may add a continuous job that allows you to automatically request translation of new content.
There, you can choose the conditions of the automation: source language, target language, content type.
There, you can choose the conditions of the automation: source language, target language, content type.
You may then give a name and a comment that will be provided to Powerling for the orders that will be generated.
You may then give a name and a comment that will be provided to Powerling for the orders that will be generated.
In this example, we are going to create a test article in English.
In this example, we are going to create a test article in English.
As soon as the article is created, a request for translation is sent to Powerling.
As soon as the article is created, a request for translation is sent to Powerling.