Exporting localization files

CrowdTranslate supports a variety of localization file formats. They can be obtained from any developer tool you use.

From Xcode

  1. Open your Xcode project.
  2. In the top menu, navigate to Product > Export Localizations….
  3. Choose the location where you want to save the .xcloc file, which contains your project’s localization data.
  4. Click Save.

From Android Studio

  1. Open your Android Studio project.
  2. In the Android view in the Project tool window, right-click on the module for which you want to export translations.
  3. Select Refactor > Extract String Resources…. Ensure that all the strings that need to be localized are included.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Android Studio generates the strings.xml file inside the values folder for each selected language.

From other tools

The exact process can significantly vary depending on the specific tool being used. However, a general rule of thumb is to look for “Export” or “Extract” options in the tool’s menu that relates to localization or internationalization settings. Use these options to export or save your existing localization files from the project directory.