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A Laravel wrapper for the POEditor. In order to use this package tou need to have an account and project at POEditor. You can retrieve your API token and project id's from your account page in the API Access tab.



This package can be used in Laravel 5.4 or higher.

You can install the package via composer:

composer require sebudesign/laravel-poeditor

In Laravel 5.5 the service provider will automatically get registered. In older versions of the framework just add the service provider in config/app.php file:

'providers' => [
    // ...

You can publish the config file with:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="SeBuDesign\PoEditor\PoEditorServiceProvider" --tag="config"

When published, the config/poeditor.php config file contains:

return [

     * The API token of POEditor can be found in your account settings in the
     * 'API Access' tab. Click on the little eye ball and copy the token. Put
     * the token in your .env file.

    'api_token' => env('POEDITOR_API_TOKEN'),

     * The project id of POEditor can be found in your account settings in the
     * 'API Access' tab. Grab the project id and this package will take care of the rest.

    'project_id' => env('POEDITOR_PROJECT_ID', 'YourPoEditorProjectId'),

Add the POEDITOR_API_TOKEN and POEDITOR_PROJECT_ID to your .env file.


You can install the package via Composer:

composer require sebudesign/laravel-poeditor

Copy the required files:

cp vendor/sebudesign/laravel-poeditor/config/poeditor.php config/poeditor.php

As well as the configuration and the service provider:




Make sure you've updated your .env file with the right API credentials.

If you wish to automatically update your translation files you need to add them to your .gitignore file. The command will create real files and that will cause problems with git and your deployments. Add the following line to your .gitignore, this will exclude all files generated by the command.


Next you want to modify your app/Console/Kernel.php and add the following line to the schedule function:

protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule)


Make sure you've updated your .env file with the right API credentials.

If you want to update the translations locally and commit them to git and deploy them, you just manually run the synchronise:translations. Optionally you may add a project id in the terminal.

php artisan synchronise:translations
# With POEditor project id, replace 1234 with your project id
php artisan synchronise:translations --project=1234

Unit Testing

In your application's tests, you need to make sure you run the artisan command to synchronise the translations. See Usage for more information.

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