Automatically translate from english to any other language with Bing.
This plugin requires Grunt
If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins. Once you're familiar with that process, you may install this plugin with this command:
npm install grunt-bing-translate --save-dev
Since this plugin is using the Bing API to translate with, you will need to Create a Bing API ID.
In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named
bing_translate to the data object passed into
gruntinitConfigbing_translate:options:// Task-specific options go here.
This is your Bing Client ID that you got when you created a Bing API account.
This is the secret password that Bing gave you when you created a Bing API account.
An array of languages to translate to. Any language that bing can translate can be used here.
['fr', 'es', 'en']
An object containing all of the files to translate. The name of each item in the object is the root directory where we will throw all of our translated files.
"languages": "fr""files":"js/lang":"template": "console.log('<%- language %>', <%- values %>);""values":"hello": "Hello""world": "World"
Will spit out an fr.js file inside of the js/lang directory with these contents:
There are a few additional options you can specify inside each of the files. They are:
This is an (EJS)[http://embeddedjs.com/] template to wrap render the files with. The template get two parameters:
language which is the current language being translated and
values which is an object with all of the the values translated.
"<%- values %>"
This is an object with all of the words that you want Bing to translate for you. The key will be consistent in all of your i18n files, but the values with be different depending on the language.
test: "Test"your_mom: "Your Mom"
By default, we will end your filenames with
.js, but if you want to put your files in a folder underneath the language name, or if you want to write to a different file extension, this parameter may be useful.
// Project configuration.gruntinitConfig"bing_translate":"options":"clientId": require"./config.json"clientId // Replace this with your Bing Translate Client ID"clientSecret": require"./config.json"clientSecret // Replace this with your Bing Translate Client Secret"defaultLanguage": "en""languages": "es" "fr""files":"test/lang":"template": "console.log('<%- language %>', <%- values %>);""values":"hello": "Hello""world": "World";;
In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using Grunt.
- Unit Tests
- Translate from any language