In this article, you will find all the information regarding setting up your Transifex project to leverage the Transifex Native SDK.
To get started with a Transifex Native setup you will need to have:
- A Transifex account, either create a new account or sign in if you are an existing user.
- Create a new Transifex Native project from within the Transifex application.
Transifex Native supports the following versions:
- Python 2.7, 3.5+
- Django 1.11+
To install the SDK to your project use this command:
$ pip install transifex-python
You can also find the toolkit in PyPi: Transifex Python toolkit
To be able to authenticate you will need a set of credentials for the specific Transifex project you want to set up Transifex Native on.
Transifex Native SDK communicate with Transifex through the Transifex Content Delivery Service and requires the following credentials:
project_secret, related to your Transifex project and used for pushing source content to Transifex
project_token, again related to your Transifex project and used for pulling translations from Transifex
Once you have those two credentials you can proceed to configuring your Django project.
Add the following entries in the settings file of your Django project.
INSTALLED_APPS = [ ..., 'transifex.native.django', ] LANGUAGE_CODE = 'en-us' # replace with your project's source language USE_I18N = True USE_L10N = True # Replace with the proper values for the Transifex project token and secret, # as found in the Transifex UI under your project TRANSIFEX_TOKEN = <project_token> # used for pulling translations from Transifex TRANSIFEX_SECRET = <project_secret> # used for pushing source content to Transifex TRANSIFEX_SYNC_INTERVAL = <seconds> # used for defining the daemon running interval in seconds
A list of supported language codes is available here and should be declared in the
ll-cc format, compatible with the
Accept-Language HTTP header specification, for example
pt-br instead of
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