Google Translator Toolkit Data API
Google Translator Toolkit Data API, Which was released by google on Monday, December 07, 2009 allows developers to build such applications, which can access and update translation related data in a programmed manner. You can translate HTML, Words, Documents, Wikipedia articles in a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) editor etc., can share them with others and download those translations. There is only 1 version (i.e. version 1.0) of API released and it is also in Google Labs where new features are added continuously (As per the Google statement and what I seen on official page).
There are only two methods listed in official documents via which you can access and retrieve data i.e in HTML/Atom or in java. You need one Google account in order to use Google Translator Toolkit Data service because it requires prior authentication before proceeding into next steps. Using this API, You can upload, share, download and delete translation documents and other translated data using the Google data protocol.
Translations Tools Provided by Google Translate Team, Here
Official web page of Google Translator Toolkit data API
What you can do with Translator Toolkit Data API?
- Automatically connect your content management system (CMS) with Translator Toolkit.
- Automatically connect your file system with Translator Toolkit.
The above two statements were made by one of the Google employee and a team member of this product i.e Mayank Gupta.
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