google-translate-api-browser
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4.2.7 • Public • Published

Google translate api browser

npm - 4.2.4

Based on google-translate-api and google-translate-token

Install

npm install google-translate-api-browser

For cross origin requests it uses cors-anywhere . You can use public cors-anywhere server https://cors-anywhere.herokuapp.com/ or set up your own. By default it does not use proxying.

Examples

For browser

import { translate } from "google-translate-api-browser";

translate("Je ne mangé pas six jours", { to: "en", corsUrl: "http://cors-anywhere.herokuapp.com/" })
  .then(res => {
    // I do not eat six days
    console.log(res.text)
  })
  .catch(err => {
    console.error(err);
  });

For node (commonjs)

You don't need to use CORS for node

const { translate } = require('google-translate-api-browser');

translate("Je ne mangé pas six jours", { to: "en" })
  .then(res => {
    // I do not eat six days
    console.log(res.text)
  })
  .catch(err => {
    console.error(err);
  });

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For node (esm)

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API

isSupported(lang: string): boolean

Verifies if the selected language is supported by Google Translate.

translate(text: string, options: Partial): Promise

text

The text to be translated

options

type TranslateOptions = {
  rpcids: string;
  from: LangKey;
  to: LangKey;
  hl: LangKey;
  tld: string;
  raw: boolean;
}
example
const options = {
  rpcids: 'MkEWBc',
  from: 'ua',
  to: 'en',
  hl: 'en',
  tld: 'com',
  raw: true,
}

returns

type TranslationResult = {
  text: string; // The translated text.
  pronunciation: string;
  from: {
    language: {
      didYouMean: boolean; // `true` if the API suggest a correction in the source language
      iso: string; // The code of the language that the API has recognized in the `text`
    };
    text: {
      autoCorrected: boolean; // `true` if the API has auto corrected the `text`
      value: string; // The auto corrected `text` or the `text` with suggested corrections
      didYouMean: boolean; // `true` if the API has suggested corrections to the `text`
    }
  };
  raw?: any;
}

Note that from.text will only be returned if from.text.autoCorrected or from.text.didYouMean equals to true. In this case, it will have the corrections delimited with brackets ([ ]):

normaliseResponse(body: any, raw = false): TranslationResult

Formats the google translate response.

generateRequestUrl(text: string, options: Partial<Omit<TranslateOptions, 'raw'>>): string

Generates a url to google translate api.

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