The PhraseApp Client is available for all major platforms and lets you access all API endpoints as well as easily sync your locale files between your source code and PhraseApp.
Check out our documentation for more information.
This quick start will guide you through the basic steps to get up and running with the PhraseApp Client.
If you use homebrew, we have provided a tap to make installation easier on Mac OS X:
brew tap phrase/brewed brew install phraseapp
The tap is linked to our Formula collection and will be updated, when you call
brew update as well.
Initialize your project by executing the
init command. This lets you define your preferred locale file format, source files and more.
$ cd /path/to/project $ phraseapp init
3. Upload your locale files
push command to upload your locale files from your defined sources:
$ phraseapp push
4. Download your locale files
pull command to download the most recent locale files back into your project according to your targets:
$ phraseapp pull
To see a list of all available commands, simply execute:
To see all supported options for a command, simple use the
$ phraseapp locales list --help
See our detailed guides for in-depth instructions on how to use the PhraseApp Client.
This tool and it's source code are auto-generated from templates that run against a API specification file. Therefore we can not accept any pull requests in this repository. Please use the GitHub Issue Tracker to report bugs.
phraseapp-client is licensed under MIT license. (see LICENSE)
Parts of phraseapp-client use third party libraries which are vendored and licensed under different licenses:
|github.com/bgentry/speakeasy||MIT / Apache 2.0|
|github.com/daviddengcn/go-colortext||BSD / MIT|