Identifying I18n translation keys

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  • tolgee-platform

    Developer & translator friendly web-based localization platform

    Hey, identifying of the keys is pain. That was one of the reasons why I founded Tolgee. Using that you can not only identify the keys byt also modify the keys directly in the web application you are working on. 🙂 We don't have a Ruby integration, but it few folks already required it. It would be great to find somebody interested who would help us to create such integration.

  • i18n-tasks

    Manage translation and localization with static analysis, for Ruby i18n

    Why not i18n-tasks? 1.9k stars on GitHub. It's definitely a worthwhile dependency and probably why you're not seeing much free explanations because the gem is widely used.

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