Translation Service Deepl.com
bonnmike at gmail.com
Sun Jun 24 07:40:55 EDT 2018
Same method as yandex from a recent thread, built your query string some
way and send it to the server.
put urlencode("Text to translate") into tText
put "https://api.deepl.com/v1/translate?text=" & tText &
"target_lang=EN&auth_key=YourAuthKeyHere" into tUrl
get URL tUrl
You could also use POST rather than get using the same base url (
https://api.deepl.com/v1/translate) according to the documentation.
On Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 2:52 AM R.H. via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I like to draw your attention to DeepL Translator - an online translation
> service that does much better than anything before, including Google,
> Microsoft or whatever. There is a free service and a paid one as well.
> Right now it supports English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Polish and
> They provide an API and I wonder how we could enable this. I am trying to
> get it to work in LiveCode. Or, maybe, someone has been doing this already?
> It says: "
> As a DeepL Pro user, not only are you able to translate on our website, but
> you are also able to integrate DeepL’s JSON-based REST API into your own
> products and platforms. This allows you to incorporate the world’s best
> machine translation technology into a variety of new applications. For
> example, a company could have their international service enquiries
> instantly translated by DeepL Pro, greatly simplifying business procedures
> and improving customer satisfaction.
> (I am not affiliated with DeepL and just give the information after I found
> that the job it does is really amazing.)
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